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Can I use gifted funds from a family member to apply for an EB-5 Visa?

Yes, you may be able to use gifted funds for an EB-5 investment, but you need to consult with your immigration attorney since you will need to provide evidence of the source and path of funds to file your I-526E petition with the USCIS.

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