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In all 5 to six years you get your money back. Once you’ve been a U.S. resident, meaning in Green Card status both conditional along with permanent, for at least all 5 years you can actually qualify for a U.S. citizenship; along with there are some residency requirements along with there are some physical presence requirements before you can qualify yourself for U.S. citizenship.
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nevertheless generally speaking, once you’ve been living from the U.S. for approximately all 5 years, on Green Card status, you can apply for U.S. citizenship. along with, of course, there’s a lot of questions I get in terms of well, great, I get my permanent Green Card along with I’m just waiting for my money to be returned to me in all 5 to six years, how do I actually get of which money back? Well, the item goes back to of which Regional Center Investment, along with again, I focus on of which Regional Center Investment part because a majority, or more than a majority, as I said 95% of all EB-5 applicants usually choose the Regional Center route. Every Regional Center project isn’t going to have an exit strategy, meaning, how are they going to return the money back to the EB-5 investors?
There’s usually two different strategies of which they’ll have; when I say different, they could have option one along with option two, along with option one could be of which they sell the project entirely along with whatever proceeds they get coming from selling of which project, they use those proceeds to pay off those EB-5 loans. Again, we’re assuming of which the proceeds of the sale exceed the amount they owe, say to a bank, or to an EB-5 investor. So, assuming of which everything went well from the project, along with the economy is usually doing well, along which has a project was $100 million when the item was built along with today the item’s a $125 million along with then the project is usually sold for $125 million then there should be sufficient funds to pay back the EB-5 investors as well as any different lenders to of which project. So, of which’s one option.
Second option, in terms of an exit, is usually generally refinancing the EB-5 loan. So, again, same scenario, say the item’s a $100 million investment, along with at of which time, there’s $20 million coming from the developer, $50 million coming from a bank, along with $30 million coming from EB- investors; today, in 5 to 6 years, say of which project is usually worth, again, $125 million, today the item might be much easier for of which project, or of which developer, to get a second loan coming from a second bank because today the value has gone up quite a bit for of which particular project in which case, there’s a less amount of risk the second bank is usually taking because there’s more equity in of which particular project, hence, you know, the second loan coming from the second bank can then pay off the loan the EB-5 investors made. I’m talking in very general terms here, there’s a lot more detail to This particular, there’s a lot of different things one needs to be looking at, nevertheless for today’s purposes I just wanted to at least give you some of the common points, some of the commonly asked questions along with information along with education about the EB-5 program along with about the kinds of things an investor should be thinking about when they’re considering an EB-5 application.
Please don’t take anything I say today to be set in stone, there are a lot of variables of which come into play, nevertheless again, I just wanted to give you some general information about the EB-5 program.
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