Black Business Financing

Black Business Financing Through EB-5 Investments To position yourself to be financed through the EB-5 investment visa program , you must first have a business plan that will accomplish two things, one is create 10 full time jobs within two years and two pay 6% interest on the principle investment per year for up to five years with an investor cash out option. Now I know it sounds simple, but without the proper guidance and discipline there is a lot of room for business failure, so we have created a…

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The EB-5 Visa Program Helps African Families Succeed in the United States

The EB-5 Visa Program Helps African Families Succeed in the United States Africa is the Earth’s second largest continent, and more than one billion people call it home. It is a continent of unparalleled beauty and breathtaking landscapes, including both the largest desert and longest river in the world. The number of uniquely diverse cultures across Africa rivals that of Asia. Great though the diversity of African culture may be, parents all across Africa share the same concerns as parents everywhere: the future of their children. Every parent wants to…

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EB-5

To explore  that EB5 Affiliate Network is sponsoring in order to obtain a U.S. Green Card, a potential immigrant EB-5 investor will take the following steps: Step 1: The immigrant investor expresses an interest in the EB-5 program, and selects one of EB5 Affiliate Network’s USCIS approved Regional Centers and a specific investment project sponsored by that Regional Center. A complete investment offering memorandum and related materials are provided by EB5 Affiliate Network to interested immigrant investors who qualify for the EB-5 program as accredited investors. Prospective investors can then investigate…

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Pan-African American Economic Exchange

Pan-African American Economic Exchange America is a Country of immigrants from all over the world and through this conglomerate of  many nations, all nations are and can be represented through participation. The EB-5 visa, employment-based fifth preference category[1] or EB-5 Immigrant Investor Visa Program, created in 1990 by the Immigration Act of 1990, provides a method for eligible Immigrant Investors to become lawful permanent residents — informally known as “green card” holders — by investing at least $1,000,000 to finance a business in the United States that will employ at least 10 American workers.”[2] Most immigrant investors who use the…

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