The individual businesses that receive EB-5 investments are referred to as EB-5 projects. An EB-5 Applicant can create her/his own EB-5 project by investing in a U.S. business or can invest in an EB-5 project that is managed by an EB-5 Regional Center.
EB-5 Regional Center Immigrant Investor Pilot Program (“Pilot Program”)
The Immigrant Investor Pilot Program (“Pilot Program”) was
created by Section 610 of Public Law 102-395 (October 6,
EB-5 requirements for an investment under the Pilot Program
are, essentially, the same as in the basic EB-5 Investor
Program. However, the Pilot Program provides for investments
that are affiliated with an economic unit known as a “Regional
Center”. These investments allow for a less restrictive Job
Creation Requirement based upon the concept of “Indirect”
or “Direct” counts of the created or preserved jobs.
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