EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program Business Plans that are not written correctly can be the difference between someone getting permanent residency in the United States and someone not obtaining a green card.
The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) administers the EB-5 program which allows entrepreneurs (and their wife and children) to obtain a green card and permanent residency in the United States. Under the EB-5 classification foreigners invest in a new commercial enterprise in the United States that will create at least 10 full time jobs. In addition to job creation the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program requires that those applying for a green card need to invest either $1 million into a new enterprise or $500,000 into an enterprise in a “targeted employment area” which is basically an under served area in the United States warranted by the USCIS.
After filing the application for the EB-5 applicants are allowed to offer supporting documents of how they plan to create the 10 jobs with the money invested. Once of these supporting documents is a business plan. Writing a business plan for the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program should not be left to amateurs as the entire process relies on the supporting documents investigated by the USCIS.
Cervitude IR has help attorneys and clients research and develop EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program Business Plans. A business plan for an EB-5 Visa is not the same as a traditional business plan, in fact an EB-5 Visa business plan is not like any other Visa business plan. It needs to showcase a successful potential business but also needs to highlight and emphasize how the company will realistically create 10 sustainable jobs through the investment. Our professional EB-5 Visa Business Plan Writer can develop the perfect business plan for you or your client. Contact us today to learn more.