Kate will be joined by immigration attorney Rohit Kapuria and EB5AN managing partners Sam Silverman and Mike Schoenfeld, who will discuss best practices for making a partial EB-5 investment of less than $800K to start the EB-5 process and lock in the current USCIS Form I-526E filing fee amount before an ~$8K fee increase on April 1, 2024.
- What is a “partial” EB-5 investment, and how does it work? How much money can I start with? When does all $800K need to be invested?
- How will a partial investment affect the approval of a Form I-526E petition, EAD, and advance parole travel document?
- What are the pros and cons of doing a partial EB-5 investment? What are the typical profiles of investors who should consider a partial EB-5 investment?
- When do I need to get started with my EB-5 application so I can definitely submit it prior to the upcoming ~$8K fee increase on April 1, 2024?