Your investment must be “at risk.” That is, you cannot arrange for a guaranteed return of your investment funds. There is also the risk that the jobs will not be created to support your petition. Also, I-526 petitions with USCIS are taking a very long time to process (12 months or more in some cases). As with all immigration processes, it will be a fact-specific determination and no guarantees can be made as to the success of your process, but by retaining experienced EB-5 counsel some risks can be mitigated.
As a fellow Australian and EB-5 attorney our Law Office has the expertise and experience to assist you achieve your migration and EB-5 goals. We would recommend a consultation and we would then offer approvable solutions. We would analyze your current business activities and determine how they can be applied in a US immigration context. With the right advise and direction your risk can be minimized. We also have substantial experience in assisting Australians migrate to the YS and also have significant experience in the bakery sector, both in Australia and the U.S.