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Investor Options for Experts Seminar Part 2 –

May 20, 2010 14:00 - May 20, 2010
Investor Options for Experts Seminar Part 2 –

Location: Conference Call at Phone Seminar, United States

SECOND Phone Session on May 20: No – The Actual Business? A Regional Center or A Regional Center Project

A Regional Center is typically nothing more than an umbrella organization that allows a foreign national investing capital into a specific project to claim derivative immigration benefits under the EB-5 Regional Center laws. This means potential immigrants should not be overly focused on a specific Regional Center or even on their immigration history. Rather, they should investigate the specific investment Project because that entity will actually receive and place the capital at risk, create and sustain the jobs, and return the capital. For many valid reasons, immigration lawyers shy away from discussing these "business" issues with clients interested in the EB5 program. Panelists will discuss the "business side" issues of the EB-5 program that may help immigration lawyers point their clients to possible experts qualified to address these non-immigration issues:

* Survey of Business/Structure Characteristics Used By EB-5 Projects
* Two biggest risk factors for EB-5 Investors: job creation and capital preservation
* Independent business analysis and valuations/Investment Banking Issues
* Different Business Models: Commercial Real Estate, Manufacturing
* Different Investment Models: Loan, Equity, other
* Testing the Business Plan & Job Creation Plan
* Testing the Exit Strategy & Return of Capital plan

Speakers: Michael Gibson, David Morris, John Barrett, Scott Barnhart, Melissa Krinzman, Jason Oleet

Cost: $199

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