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EB5 Investor Program

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This week, the Murthy Law Firm attorneys will answer questions relating to the EB5 Investor Program.       

 

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I have 3 questions, please:

 

  1. How should a potential immigrant investor proceed to choose an EB-5 program and how transparent are these organizations to allow for an effective review?
  2. How much should a potential immigrant investor budget for attorney's fees (considering current fees in your practice), taxes and other fees for the EB-5 process?
  3. How many EB-5 projects and investor cases have you represented?

Thank you.

 

 

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I have 3 questions, please:

 

  1. How should a potential immigrant investor proceed to choose an EB-5 program and how transparent are these organizations to allow for an effective review?
  2. How much should a potential immigrant investor budget for attorney's fees (considering current fees in your practice), taxes and other fees for the EB-5 process?
  3. How many EB-5 projects and investor cases have you represented?

Thank you.

 

 

Paraty,

 

A good regional center will offer a fair amount of transparency. But, one naturally cannot merely rely on the information provided by the regional center to determine whether that regional center is good option. (i.e. The regional center obviously has a vested interest in getting you to invest in them rather than in a competing project!)

 

At the Murthy Law Firm, we work with our clients to assist them in selecting the appropriate regional center project. This is based on conducting due diligence into a variety of projects and presenting our clients with various options, explaining the risks and benefits of each. We have no financial ties to any particular regional center or project, so our recommendations and analyses are made solely with our clients' bests interests in mind.

 

Attorney fees for a case processed through a regional center can vary, but we typically charge a flat fee of $20,000 (which includes both the I-526 and the I-829.) In addition, regional centers charge administrative fees that typically range between $50,000 to $80,000.

 

If you are interested in pursuing an EB5 investment, I would be happy to set up a time to speak with you for a few minutes. You can reach me at EB5@murthy.com.

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