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.
The EB5's are filed nationally, not locally, so an attorney anywhere in the U.S. should suffice. Yes, we do them.
The above is intended only as general information, and does not constitute legal advice. You must speak with an attorney to discuss your individual case.
As the other attorney mentioned, the location of the immigration attorney is irrelevant.
I have done EB-5 visas and continue to do them.
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