EB-5 regional center business plan is one of the most important elements to get right when it comes to make an EB-5 application for investment in a regional center. Here we’re going to give you a short rundown of what you need to consider before making a successful application.
A regional center can be an enticing prospect for an investor. A regional center has a lot fewer stringent requirements than a direct investment – such as more accommodating financial and job creation goals. Currently, there are 325 regional centers. For a center to become USCIS approved, it has to meet certain requirements. Each center must come with a project: a hypothetical project (a sample project with general predictions and proposals); an actual project (more detailed than a hypothetical project and supported by verifiable data); and an exemplar project (when you are fully committed to making the project happen). A hypothetical project is undoubtedly the most difficult to get approved, as clearly, nothing is yet set in stone. This is when you want assurances that your center will be approved so you can attract investors; but this requires a lot of later work to get your project realized. An actual project will be in an advanced stage and does require a properly set out EB5 business plan. And, finally, an exemplar project is a project that the investor is fully committed to; in return, the USCIS will pre-approve this type of project as long as all of the documentation is in order. Both an actual and an exemplar project require a professional business plan; and it is even recommended that you have a well-produced immigration business plan for hypothetical projects too.
So who do you turn to produce this vital EB-5 regional center business plan for your proposed or actual plans? At Immigration Business Plan, we’ve produced hundreds of quality business plans that have received EB5 approval. Head to https://www.immigrationbusinessplan.com/ to get more info or give us a call today on +1 (646) 612 7572.