You ask very important questions regarding the EB-5 requirements for being an accredited investor as well as proving the lawful source of your EB-5 personal investment funds. It is important to retain the services of an experienced EB-5 attorney to clarify and answer your questions so that you can fully understand the EB-5 requirements, because it is quite apparent by your statements that you do not understand the process and the requirements. The EB-5 regional centers in most instances only require an investment of US $500,000.00 and not $1 million. Therefore you have to authenticate the lawful source of your EB-5 investment funds. If you cannot show a yearly income of $200,000 then the alternative is to show that you may have a net worth of $1 million if the requirement is that you need to be an accredited investor.
Those Securities and Exchange Commission regulations are used by many Regional Centers, but not all. Being able to support yourself in the U.S., pay U.S. Taxes, etc. will be an important requirement in moving forward with obtaining U.S. lawful permanent residency. We would review any relevant factors that could affect your U.S. Immigration goals and help you develop a strategy to move forward.