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1. What is the minimum capital requirement for EB-5 investment?
2. Can investors invest $500,000 at the Las Vegas EB-5 Immigration Regional Center, and still qualify for the EB-5 program?
3. How do investors invest in the Las Vegas EB-5 Immigration Regional Center?
4. How do investors submit the investment funds to the Las Vegas EB-5 Immigration Regional Center?
5. What is an escrow account? 
6. If investor’s I-526 Petition is denied, will investor receive the funds back?

7. Will the investment be guaranteed to return at the end of five years?
8. What are the financial risks for investors? 


1. What is the minimum capital requirement for EB-5 investment?
Under USCIS regulations, a foreign investor must invest at least $1,000,000 in the U.S. and create at least ten full-time jobs. If the investment is in a rural or high-unemployment area, only $500,000 is required.

2. Can investors invest $500,000 at the Las Vegas EB-5 Immigration Regional Center, and still qualify for the EB-5 program?
Yes.  The Las Vegas EB-5 Immigration Regional Center is strategically located at a TEA (Targeted Employment Area).  Under USCIS regulations, investment threshold in a TEA is $500,000.

3. How do investors invest in the Las Vegas EB-5 Immigration Regional Center?
We suggest investors to carefully review our investment offering materials, and LVIRC is always available and happy to answer all the questions that investors may have.  Once investors sign the subscription agreement and we counter-sign the same document, investors are admitted as investors in the Las Vegas EB-5 Immigration Regional Center. Then investors should follow our wiring instructions and send the investment funds to the Las Vegas EB-5 Immigration Regional Center, which are securely held in a third-party escrow account.

4. How do investors submit the investment funds to the Las Vegas EB-5 Immigration Regional Center?
Investors should follow our wiring instructions and send the investment funds to the escrow bank account. . Within 48 hours of the fund transfer, a copy of the remittance confirmation is provided to the investor and is included as part of the I-526 Petition. 
 

5. What is an escrow account?
During the EB-5 application process, an escrow bank account is used to protect investor’s investment safety. After the funds are wired into the escrow bank account, the funds continue to belong to the investor. No money will be released from the escrow bank account to the project until the investor’s I-526 Petition is approved by the USCIS.

6. If investor’s I-526 Petition is denied, will investor receive the funds back?
Yes. Before the I-526 Petition is approved, the investment fund is held in an escrow account. If the petition is denied, the full investment will be returned to the investor.

7. Will the investment be guaranteed to return at the end of five years?                                                                                                 No.  The USCIS mandates that an investor’s investment must be at risk without guarantees of the investment funds in order to qualify for the EB-5 program.  Therefore, LVIRC cannot guarantee the return or any return on the investment. However, the Las Vegas EB-5 Immigration Regional Center makes every reasonable effort to minimize the investment risk, and provides investors with regular financial reports of the company. Investors can contact Las Vegas EB-5 Immigration Regional Center at any time to request any information of the company.
  

8. What are the financial risks for investors?
We strongly recommend investors to carefully review the risk section in our offering materials. There are specific risk factors for each project in which the Las Vegas EB-5 Immigration Regional Center invests. General risks include change of economic conditions, ownership of an ongoing business enterprise and real estate, and immigration law change. 

 

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