Overwhelmed by choices?
Not sure which EB-5 investment will help you get a Green Card? You need due diligence - presented simply.
We developed EB5 Marketplace to allow you to select the investments you want more information on, and an investment platform and data-room to make it easier to compare them.
To learn more, here is a link to Our Services.
There is no cost to use EB5 Marketplace and there is no obligation to invest in any of the oﬀerings presented to you.
*available to accredited investors only.
AM Law 100 Firm
Los Angeles, California
Founder, Law Offices of
Robert P. Gaffney
Partner, Wolfsdorf Rosenthal,
LLP, Immigration Attorney
Harris Law PA Miami
*These testimonials may not be representative of the experience of other customers; these testimonials are no guarantee of future performance or success; no sum was paid for any of these testimonials.
What impressed me most about EB5 Diligence was their report hit all the essential bases with clearly defined investigative parameters. Site visits, interviews with managers, background checks, financial analysis illustrated by graphs and charts make the EB5 Diligence report an excellent tool for a prospective investor. All findings, whether positive or negative are presented in a professional and easy to understand manner. EB5 Diligence has set a sound standard for the regional centre industry to follow.
I contacted the team at EB5 Diligence when we were under a time deadline to file an EB-5 petition. They spent the time to review various investment options one of which was eventually selected by our client. This process allowed me and my co-counsel to focus on the legal issues relating to the EB-5 process while EB5 Diligence was advising the client on project selection. I found Kurt and his team to be highly professional and responsive to our needs and have no hesitation in recommending them to others.
EB5 Diligence has been able to comprehensively, intelligently and visually integrate all the components most needed for investors to make an informed decision on a EB-5 qualified project. Their ability to create a workable readable platform is second to none.
To provide the investment due diligence and transparency EB-5 investors need to achieve their immigration and financial goals.
The EB-5 immigration category is a complicated program and its history has many examples of failed offerings, with some investors failing to receive their desired Green Card, or more commonly, failing to have their investment capital returned in full.
That’s why we have been analyzing and performing diligence on EB-5 investments since 2013 and are known and respected by major stakeholders in the industry.
We have reviewed over 150 investments in just the past two years. Compare this to brokers who may offer two or three investments.
The EB5 Marketplace platform enables investors to make an informed investment decision in just days. And we answer questions and provide support for the full lifecycle of the investment.
When investors work with a U.S. broker-dealer, they get a licensed and experienced person who complies with applicable all securities regulations enforced by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the Financial Industry Regulatory Association (FINRA), and state securities regulators.
There is no cost to investors to use our services, and no any obligation to select any of the investments we present. A note of distinction between investment advisors and broker-dealers: Investment advisors are paid by the client upfront; brokers are paid by the issuer once an investment is made.
Our services can help mitigate immigration lawyer liability associated to the qualifying investment and speed up the petitioning process. Lawyers also get access to the investments in each of the client’s account, including full due diligence reports. Some of the top immigration lawyers in the world feel this is an invaluable tool for their EB-5 clients.
Kurt has been a stakeholder in the EB-5 community since 2012. As a member of IIUSA, the EB-5 Regional Center Association, Kurt was the founding chairman of IIUSA’s Compliance Committee. Kurt has moderated the influential EB5 Securities Roundtable since 2016, as well as the EB5 Immigration Lawyers Roundtable since 2018. From 2015-2017, Kurt hosted a bi-weekly EB-5 Webinar Series that covered all matters related to EB-5 immigration.
AN EB-5 OFFERING IS AN INVESTMENT IN A PRIVATE PLACEMENT OF SECURITIES CREATED SPECIFICALLY FOR APPLICANTS TO THE UNITED STATES CITIZENSHIP AND IMMIGRATION SERVICES (“USCIS”) FIFTH PERMANENT WORKER VISA PREFERENCE (“EB-5 PROGRAM”) AND ARE SPECULATIVE INVESTMENTS INVOLVING A HIGH DEGREE OF RISK. INVESTORS MUST BE PREPARED TO BEAR THE ECONOMIC RISK OF SUCH AN ILLIQUID INVESTMENT FOR A LONG PERIOD OF TIME AND BE ABLE TO WITHSTAND A TOTAL LOSS OF THEIR INVESTMENT. THERE IS NO GUARANTEE THAT AN INVESTOR’S EB-5 APPLICATION WILL BE APPROVED BY THE USCIS. SEE OFFERING DOCUMENTS FOR COMPLETE DETAILS.
EB5 Marketplace provides information about investment projects throughout the United States that are offered pursuant to the EB-5 program administered by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services ("USCIS"), created by Congress in 1990 to stimulate the U.S. economy through job creation and capital investment by foreign investors. Under a program initially enacted as a pilot in 1992, and regularly reauthorized since then, investors may also qualify for EB-5 classification by investing through regional centers designated by USCIS based on proposals for promoting economic growth.
Investment products are offered through Dalmore Group, LLC, member FINRA/SIPC (“Dalmore”). The USCIS, EB5Marketplace.com, EB5Diligence.com and their respective affiliates are independent from and not corporate affiliates of Dalmore. All investment services offered by EB5 Marketplace and associated persons are conducted in their capacities as registered representatives of Dalmore.
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“EB-5 investments” refer to a type of private placement investment, typically created by developers or sponsors in the construction, hospitality, or other job creating industries, that are designed to meet the requirements of the fifth among five Permanent Worker Visa Preference Categories (EB-1 through EB-5) established by the USCIS. Its official title, the Employment-Based Immigration: Fifth Preference (EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program - https://www.uscis.gov/eb-5 to find out more) offers high-net worth non-U.S. persons, including members of their immediate families, the opportunity to obtain U.S. “green-cards” or permanent residence status. One of the requirements of this specific visa category is that the applicant must invest (typically USD $500,000) in a new commercial business that generates 10+ jobs per investment for U.S. workers. Accordingly, the construction, hospitality, and other similar industries, have responded by designing private placements that raise capital for EB-5 compliant projects. EB-5 private placement investments are high risk investmentswith a holding period of at least five to seven years and are generally illiquid. The immigrant investor would make such an investment with the placement issuer while simultaneously submitting, typically through their immigration attorney, the EB-5 application to the USCIS.