As I understand the EB-5 program, a key requirement is that investment of an investor must create at least 10 full time jobs.
What happens, though, if a project needs multiple investors, and not enough jobs are created? For example, a 7 investor project creates only 69 jobs, or a 12 investor project creates only 119 jobs, or a 15 investor project creates only 149 jobs.
Do ALL of the investors fail to get green cards? Or do some get it and others don't? In the latter case, how do they decide who gets and who doesn't? Thanks.
You really need to retain an experienced immigration lawyer to review all the facts and advise you accordingly.
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You should consult a securities attorney who has worked on EB-5 matters to more fully discuss. Your question is intensely fact-specific and cannot be answered generally.
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