I am sorry, but attorney Segal is right. You need to work with an attorney on this. There are so many aspects of employment immigration that it is very close to a , yes, a rocket science.
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These issues are well beyond the scope of an online forum. I recommend contacting an experienced immigration attorney to review the facts of your case.
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You need to consult with an immigration attorney who handles employment based visas. For an EB category which is employer sponsored, clearly you would need an employer. An EB5 would require a major cash investment. This is a very complicated area and you need someone with expertise.