• How much do you charge?

    We do not charge investors for our service. We will receive a finder fee is you choose one of the project we show you, and that’s enough for us. You can learn more at http://eb5duediligence.com/free-service/.

  • Can I used money I earned in the USA to fund my EB-5 investment?

    Yes; in fact, it's an excellent source of EB-5 capital, since you will have tax returns and other documents that will have a high level of authenticity in the eyes of the Immigrant Visa Program Office (IPO) examiner.

  • Do I have to maintain my current visa while the I-526 is processing?

    The I-526 petition does not provide legal status to the petitioner while the application is spending; so, if you wish to remain in the U.S., you should maintain you current status until you receive your Employment Authorization Document about three months after your I0526 petition is approved,

  • How long will I have to wait to get my green card?

    About three years, if current processing remain unchanged. You can learn more at http://eb5duediligence.com/eb-5-process/.

  • Can I buy a gas station or motel to qualify me for an EB-5 green card?

    No. The enabling statute for the EB-5 visa requires that the investor create a “New Commercial Enterprise,” so purchasing an existing business will not qualify the investor for the visa. Such a purchase would also likely fail to generate the 10 (additional) full-time jobs required for an EB-5 visa.

  • I don’t have enough cash for an EB-5 investment, can I get a gift from a relative to make up for my shortfall of funds?

    Yes, but your attorney will have to undertake the same detailed and exacting analysis of your donor’s source and path of funds that (s)he does for you.

  • If I elect to work with EB-5 Analytics, will I be obligated to pick a project you show me?

    No, you will be entirely free to pick whichever project you choose, even if we didn't introduce it to you.

  • Can I obtain a loan and use it a source for my EB-5 investment?

    Yes, but only if the loan is secured by an asset you own that is worth as much as the loan amount. A home equity loan, for example, works well as a source for EB-5 funding. Personal loans unsecured by an asset you own will not be accepted by the USCIS as a source of EB-5 funds.