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Must I have previous business experience or education?

The EB-5 program does not require the EB-5 investor to have any prior business experience or specific education to be eligible for the visa. However, the investor, either by themselves or through their professional advisers, should have the financial sophistication and experience necessary to evaluate the merits and risks of an EB-5 investment and have the required capital to make such an investment. Additionally, if the EB-5 investor is located in the U.S., the investor must be an "accredited investor" to comply with the federal securities laws.

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