If you are an attorney who represents investments under the EB5 program, I would be interested in speaking with you. I am a New York attorney who represents Chinese (PRC) and Taiwanese investors seeking to take advantage of the program. I travel to LA frequently and am interested in creating relationships with interested California attorneys.
It sounds as if your clients are looking for actual businesses that qualify for EB5 ($1,000,000 investment [$500,000 in certain depressed areas], 10 full time employees, etc.). The investors probably have their preferences as to what type of business to start or to buy into. A business broker would be a good source for the various actual businesses but the broker should work with the attorney or at least be told the requirements for EB5.
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