No, the EB-5 program is a risky investment. The investor assumes the risks associated with the partial or complete loss of capital, as well as the risk of the project’s inability to create jobs. That is why it is important to carefully approach the choice of the Regional Center and the project. Note that the […]

Does USCIS guarantee a return on investment and a green card when investing in DC projects?

No, the EB-5 program is a risky investment. The investor assumes the risks associated with the partial or complete loss of capital, as well as the risk of the project’s inability to create jobs. That is why it is important to carefully approach the choice of the Regional Center and the project. Note that the risks of the investor do not mean that the Regional Center may not return the funds at its discretion; if the terms of the agreement have been violated, then the inverter has the full right to sue the RC.