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What is the likelihood of an EB-5 investor realizing a profit?

The primary goal of the EB-5 investor is to secure a permanent green card for themselves and their qualified family members. The total cost of participation in the EB-5 program will be significantly more than the subscription price to a CMB EB-5 partnership and may include, but is not limited to, the following additional costs: filing fees to be paid to the USCIS, attorney costs, foreign currency exchange costs, and professional advisor costs. While it is projected that the EB-5 investor will receive a small return on their investment into the new commercial enterprise because the partnership is required to be a for-profit enterprise, this small return that is projected to be earned will likely never exceed the total cost of participating in the EB-5 program.

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