Under EB-5 Investment programs, an existing business may qualify to receive EB-5 funds in order to expand its operations. However, such an expansion must substantially change the existing businesses net worth or number of employees, due to the investment of capital.
Substantial change means at least 40 percent increase either in the net worth, or in the number of employees, so that the new net worth, or number of employees amounts to at least 140 percent of the pre-expansion.
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