Attorneys to Form Your EB-5 Regional Center

Help for Developers to finance their projects

The Chan Law Firm understands that developers are always in search of affordable capital to build their next project. While most developers have access to traditional financing, it is wise to find capital with low interest rates whenever and wherever possible. For developers seeking an alternative financing source, EB-5 capital may be the answer.

Capital infusion by immigrant investors

If you are a developer with many projects, you may want to include EB-5 financing as a part of your capital stack. In many cases EB-5 capital may be more affordable than traditional financing and it is often a good alternative when commercial lenders are not willing to support a project. The primary objectives of EB-5 immigrant investors are permanent residency status and return of their principal investment amount. Typically, the capital raise involves only a modest return on the original investment, thereby allowing this to be a low-cost means for developers to raise funding. The Chan Law Firm can help you get your own EB-5 regional center designation to access the large amount of monies available through immigrant investors from around the world.

Need to plan ahead

One of the biggest challenges when dealing with EB-5 related issues is the length of time that it takes the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to review filings. The Chan Law Firm’s experience and turn-key approach toward compiling the necessary paperwork expedites the process however it is essential that developers interested in this financing alternative either plan well in advance of the date by which the funds will be needed or have a source of bridge financing available until the EB-5 capital may be raised.

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