10 Steps to File an EB-5 Petition in 10 Days

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10 Steps to File an EB-5 Petition in 10 Days

Get the Ultimate Guide to Completing an EB-5 filing in 10 Days from One of the Top EB-5 Firms with a 100% Approval History.

Learn How to File Fast to Beat the EB-5 Regulation Change

Regulations Take Effect NOVEMBER 21st, 2019

Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has published the finalized new regulation for EB-5. Until the new regulation is implemented on November 21st 2019, current EB-5 program rules remain in effect. In order to invest under the current EB-5 regulatory framework and lock-in the current minimum investment amount of $500,000, you must file an I-526 petition before November 21st, 2019.

TEA Designation is Changing

The new EB-5 regulations give DHS the exclusive authority to designate TEAs, based on a new methodology that would restrict TEA investment to high unemployment cities and towns with populations under 20,000. This will limit the majority of investors from being able to access the most desirable types of  projects: urban development projects.

Minimum Investment Amount is Increasing

The minimum investment amount for EB-5 will increase to $900,000 for TEA projects. However, nearly all high quality EB-5 projects today are located in areas which will no longer be considered TEAs after the new EB-5 regulations take effect; the new investment amount for these projects will be $1,800,000.

What’s Included?

10 Step Video Cover 3

Video Walk-through

With CEO Colin Behring

How to File an I-526 Petition in 10 Days

Downloadable PDF With Interactive Links

Video Library

Access to Our EB-5 Video Library

Learn How to File Fast to Beat the EB-5 Regulation Changes

Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has published the finalized new regulation for EB-5. Until the new regulation is implemented on November 21st 2019, current EB-5 program rules remain in effect. In order to invest under the current EB-5 regulatory framework and lock-in the current minimum investment amount of $500,000, you must file an I-526 petition before November 21st, 2019.

The new EB-5 regulations give DHS the exclusive authority to designate TEAs, based on a new methodology that would restrict TEA investment to high unemployment cities and towns with populations under 20,000. This will limit the majority of investors from being able to access the most desirable types of  projects: urban development projects.

The minimum investment amount for EB-5 will increase to $900,000 for TEA projects. However, nearly all high quality EB-5 projects today are located in areas which will no longer be considered TEAs after the new EB-5 regulations take effect; the new investment amount for these projects will be $1,800,000.

What’s Included?

Video Walk-through by CEO Colin Behring

10 Step Video Cover 3

Downloadable PDF with Interactive Links

How to File an I-526 Petition in 10 Days

Access to our EB-5 Video Library

Video Library

What You Will Learn…

Where to Verify Your Accredited Investor Status

Behring’s Investment Options Explained

How to Access Behring Project I-526 Packages

How to Subscribe to a Behring Investment Offering

How to Prepare For Your Source of Funds Report

And More…

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How to File an I-526 Petition in 10 Days

What You Will Learn…

Where to Verify Your Accredited Investor Status

Behring’s Investment Options Explained

How to Access Behring Project I-526 Packages

How to Subscribe to a Behring Investment Offering

How to Prepare For Your Source of Funds Report

And More…

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Colin Behring

Chief Executive Officer

Aaron Hammon

Vice President

Team - Aaron Randolph

Aaron Randolph

VP of Capital Markets (APAC MENA)

Kyle Behring

Investment Associate

Team - Peter Bibler

Peter Bibler

General Manager (APAC MENA)

Christina 2019

Christina Ji

Director (Greater China Region)

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  • Colin Behring

    CEO - Investment Director

    Colin Behring is the Founder and CEO of the Behring Companies. Mr. Behring is a third generation San Francisco…

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  • Aaron Hammon

    VP of Operations

    Aaron Hammon is the Vice President of Operations for Behring. Mr. Hammon joined the Behring Companies in January 2018…

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  • Peter Bibler, Esq.

    General Manager, APAC & MEA

    Peter is an American attorney experienced in real estate, immigration and consumer law. Prior to joining Behring, Peter led…

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  • Christina Ji

    Director (Greater China Region)

    Christina Ji manages an established capital markets platform throughout the greater China region. Christina previously worked for China Resources Land…

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  • John Battipaglia is the Controller at Behring Companies and is responsible for the accounting and financial reporting of all…

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  • Kyle Behring

    Investment Associate

    Kyle Behring is an Investment Associate with Behring Companies and is responsible for the investment platforms, investment underwriting, investor…

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Colin Behring is the Founder and CEO of the Behring Companies. Mr. Behring is a third generation San Francisco Bay Area property developer and investor. Mr. BBehring'scurrent primary activities include real estate development, investment, and EB-5 financing. Previous to 2013, Mr. Behring previously served various positions within the Behring families property development company Behring Group, Ltd, completing those activities in 2013. Behring has been developing his expertise in international property development and finance since 2006 where he got his professional start with Morgan Stanley Properties, Shanghai as an analyst intern in Shanghai. Mr. Behring graduated from California State Polytechnic University San Luis Obispo with a degree in Business Administration concentrating in Finance. Mr. Behring is proficient in English, Mandarin Chinese and has obtained working proficiency in Portuguese (Brazilian).

Aaron Hammon is the Vice President of Operations for Behring. Mr. Hammon joined the Behring Companies in January 2018 and brings over 12 years of consulting and leadership experience to the Company. Mr. Hammon oversees daily operations which includes real estate development operations, private equity fund administration, investor relations and reporting, corporate financial and legal compliance, and outbound digital platform and sales. Mr. Hammon has leadership experience working with operational teams and clients to streamline success and execute strategic visions. Mr. Hammon has been a Certified Public Accountant since 2007. Mr. Hammon earned his MBA from U.C. Davis Graduate School of Management with an emphasis in strategy & entrepreneurship and a BS in Business Administration with an emphasis in public accounting & finance from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo.

Peter is an American attorney experienced in real estate, immigration and consumer law. Prior to joining Behring, Peter led the development of new foreign markets for EB-5 capital raises by Related Companies, one of the largest private developers in the US.

Christina Ji manages an established capital markets platform throughout the greater China region. Christina previously worked for China Resources Land Limited (HK1109), one of the most influential real estate developers in Mainland China and Hong Kong as well as Related (Shanghai).

John Battipaglia is the Controller at Behring Companies and is responsible for the accounting and financial reporting of all related and affiliated entities. Prior to joining Behring, Mr. Battipaglia was Assistant Controller with Antares Capital, a private debt credit manager with over $30 billion of assets under management. Additionally, Mr. Battipaglia spent over five years with KPMG’s financial services audit practice in New York and the Cayman Islands. He has extensive experience within the asset management industry and has worked with various high-profile private equity firms and hedge funds during his career. Mr. Battipaglia has been a licensed Certified Public Accountant since 2012 and is a member of the AICPA and New York State Board of Accountancy. He earned a master’s degree and bachelor’s degree in accounting from James Madison University’s College of Business.

Kyle Behring is an Investment Associate with Behring Companies and is responsible for the investment platforms, investment underwriting, investor relations, and capital markets support. Mr. Behring is an expert in EB-5 policy, procedures, and investment-based immigration. Additionally, Mr. Behring is responsible for the management of Behring Companies’ digital marketing platform and data management systems. Kyle Behring graduated with a Bachelors degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Information Management Systems from the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado, Boulder, in 2017.