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What is the likelihood of an EB-5 investor receiving a return of their capital?

EB-5 investments are required to be “at risk” investments. No regional center is allowed to guarantee the return of investors’ funds. On the other hand there is no requirement that the funds be invested foolishly. CMB EB-5 partnerships enter into loan agreement with government entities, public private partnerships or with private developers whereby each borrower has identified a number of sources of revenue and collateral pledges as ways to repay the loans. CMB structures investments that are compliant with the rules and guidelines of the USCIS that also afford the investor a likelihood of a return of their capital.

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