Thank for your inquiry about setting up an Immigrant Investor Program Regional Center. We will gladly assist you in determining whether establishing a regional center is appropriate for your entity.
We invite you to think about the following questions in advance of our consultation. Kindly provide your answers to us at least one business day in advance of our meeting. Knowing these details about your business plans and goals will help us provide the greatest value to you during the consultation. We are committed to your success in EB-5!
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Questions to Consider:
How many individuals and/or entities would own the Regional Center?
What is the profession of individuals who will own the RC and the length of experience in the field?
How will you access EB-5 investors for your projects?
In which State would your proposed regional center be located? Do you intend to sponsor projects in which you will not own equity?
– In which county/ies?
In which business activities (i.e., economic industries) would you like to operate projects?
Do you know if you wish to have loan or equity investment models for your projects?
Do you have a specific project(s) in mind for your regional center?
– If yes, what is the budget for the specific project?
– What percent of the budget will be funded though EB-5 investments?
– Do you have a business plan for the project?
Do you have a Corporate Attorney who represents you and who can assist you with this project or would you like us to connect you with an attorney?
Do you have a Securities Attorney who can draft the investment package for this project or would you like us to connect you with an attorney?
Establishing and operating a regional center often costs $100,000 or more. Much of this investment is up-front – before you receive money from your first EB-5 investor or sponsored project. Are you prepared to make this investment? Please describe you ability to make such an investment and proof of funding you would provide.
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Carl Shusterman served as an INS Trial Attorney (1976-82) before opening a firm specializing exclusively in US immigration law. He is a Certified Specialist in Immigration Law who has testified as an expert witness before the US Senate Immigration Subcommittee. Carl was featured in the February 2018 edition of SuperLawyers Magazine.
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