Source of Funds

H-1B to EB-5 Visa: a Step-by-Step guide to a Permanent Greencard.

Navigating your journey from H-1B to EB-5 "I’m in the United States on an H-1B visa, and I’m looking at EB-5. I’d like a checklist to walkthrough my steps." H-1B is a temporary non-immigrant visa whereas the EB-5 visa leads to permanent residency and a greencard. This has created a surge in interest from immigrant employees already in the United States, have ...

1031 Exchanges and Incompatibility with EB-5 Investments

Can I use a 1031 exchange to invest in an EB-5 investment? Many people ask us "Can I use a 1031 exchange to invest in an EB-5 investment? While there are always wide out-side and rare cases where it does work, for simple answer is "NO". Here is an explanation of why as well as ...

EB-5 Source of Funds Now Accepts Unsecured Loans

USCIS Breakthrough Ruling It was released that USCIS’ EB-5 program is now accepting unsecured loans as a valid source of funds. EB-5 source of funds now accepting unsecured loans is a monumental shift in USCIS adjudication attitude. Previously all loans must have been sourced or with the investors own equity. This limited the arrangements to

EB-5 Source of Funds Report Basics

A Source of Funds report is required with all EB-5 investor I-526 petitions. We saw a great article in EB-5 Investors Magazine written by David Hirson (Founder of David Hirson & Partners LLP) that explains the concept better than I ever could. Here is the full article for your reference. View the original article here. ...
Consent Preferences