The EB5 Program has provided billions of dollars of capital to U.S. commercial enterprises. By law, the foreign investor’s investment must be at risk, i.e., no guarantee of return of principal may be offered, and 100% of the principal amount of EB-5 investors must go to the commercial enterprise.
Attorneys representing EB5 investors, migrant brokers and finders in other countries recruiting the EB5 investors (which provide capital to the project), the USCIS, and other stakeholders must have investment documents, often collectively referred to as the Offering Documents. PenberaParis has many years of experience in developing these documents. We have an in-depth understanding of how these documents are intended to relate to the other technical requirements (Business Plan, Job Creation study), to the I-526 and I-829 petition processes, and to deployment of funds.
- Operating Agreements
- Private Placement Memorandum
- Subscription Agreement
- Limited Partnership Agreement
- General Partnership Agreement
- Escrow Agreement
- Promissory Note
- Deed of Trust (where applicable)
- Signature Packet
We are proud to announce that in December 2016, the California Energy Investment Center (CEIC) –which is owned by PenberaParis –received the NES Financial Silver Project Award for Best Practices.