The answer is no. EB-5 applicants can invest in non-regional center projects. This type of investment is referred to as “Direct Investment.” However, approximately 90 percent of all EB-5 applicants are processed through regional centers. There are many important reasons for this influx of applicants to regional centers: job creation and management roles in EB-5 projects are the most important ones. …
All investment offerings made by EB-5 Regional Centers are subject to U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission’s regulations.
DISCLAIMER: All content on this website, including this Visual Law Lexicon are developed by Paymon Barati-Darmian, attorney and founder of www.ChosenLawyers.com, together with many other dedicated, diligent and compassionate people: lawyers and laypersons alike. However, due to the evolving nature of legal doctrines, theories and applications, we cannot guarantee their exactitude or whether they are complete or up to date.
These general information and interpretations are not intended to be substitutes for the legal advice of and consultation with an attorney, regarding your specific case. For a FREE case evaluation please contact one of the highly trusted, competent and compassionate Chosen Lawyers, right now: “That is because when it comes to legal matters, time matters!”.
Copyright © 2016 ImmigrationLawTV.com, L.L.C. All Rights reserved