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Q: What if I didn’t pay taxes, will this impact my source of funds?

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    Answered on September 9, 2019

    Yes. An applicant must be able to show source of funds so if you have not paid taxes, you cannot show  funds from work; similarly if you are now claiming...

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    Answered on September 17, 2019

    It really depends. I have had EB-5 cases where Indian citizens are non-residents of India and there may be tax exemptions for them. Some countries do not have taxation on...

Q: What does 'at risk' mean?

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    Answered on September 4, 2019

    To qualify as an EB-5 investment, the immigrant investor must actually place his or her capital "at risk." The mere intent to invest is not sufficient. If the immigrant investor...

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    Answered on May 9, 2019

    Under the EB-5 program, the concept of “investing” requires that an investor place the required amount of capital “at risk for the purpose of generating a return on the capital...

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    Answered on May 9, 2019

    An EB-5 investment into a “new commercial enterprise” (NCE) must be an “at risk equity investment. This means that the NCE must use the capital only for profit in a...

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