Myth: EB-5 is an easy way for terrorists to enter the country.

Fact: EB-5 investors are subject to significant scrutiny throughout the EB-5 process from the USCIS—which is itself run by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

The EB-5 vetting process includes the most detailed and thorough review of the immigrant of any visa category.

The process includes a comprehensive review of the documentation of a legal source for the investor’s funds, in addition to background checks, in-person interviews, health and biometrics.

Moreover, this detailed review occurs twice in the process, once upon application for conditional residency, and then again two years later at the removal of conditions phase.

In a series of recent blogs, we explored common EB-5 myths to reveal the facts about the EB-5 program:

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