EB5 (EB-5) Visa Business Plan
Business Plans for Direct Investment Visas
Under the EB5 (EB-5) program, entrepreneurs (and their spouses and unmarried children under 21) are eligible to apply for a conditional green card (permanent residence) if they make the necessary investment in a commercial enterprise in the United States, and plan to create or preserve 10 permanent full-time jobs for qualified U.S. workers.
Our team at Visa Business Plans has drafted many comprehensive, credible and consistent business plans that demonstrate compliance with EB-5 visa regulations, and provide the business information that USCIS officials need to evaluate the EB-5 petition.
For assistance creating a professional and customized EB5 (EB-5) business plan, contact our specialists at Visa Business Plans online or call (888) 657-3515. We serve individuals and attorneys throughout the U.S.
Matter of Ho Compliant Business Plan
A business plan that demonstrates Matter of Ho compliance is required by the I-526 Immigrant Petition by Alien Entrepreneur. An EB5 business plan that is compliant with Matter of Ho is a comprehensive, detailed, credible document demonstrating the job-creation potential of the new commercial enterprise.
"Matter of Ho" refers to the key requirements of a EB-5 business plan which come from precedent rulings made by the USCIS Administrative Appeals Office (AAO) in an EB-5 case in 1998. Investors seeking approval from USCIS must be able to show that they satisfy all of the following requirements.
Below are some of the requirements for Matter of Ho compliance. The business plan must:
- Have a clear summary that describes the business, its products & services, and its objectives
- Clearly demonstrate how the EB-5 investment will be applied and how it will result in creating jobs
- Provide an organizational structure, staffing requirements, job descriptions
- Provide details on contracts, marketing strategy, advertising, and more
- Include a comprehensive market analysis -- information such as naming competitors in the industry, comparing competitors' products and pricing, describing the target market, and more
- Have detailed 5-year profit and loss, cash flow, and balance sheet
- Be detailed enough to allow USCIS officials to derive reasonable inferences about the business plan’s compliance with EB5 (EB-5) requirements
- Be fully supported by verifiable sources and industry standards.
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