EB5 OFFERING:

The U.S. government created the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program to encourage foreign investment in U.S. businesses. In exchange for investing in a business that creates jobs for U.S. workers, foreign nationals and their families are eligible to become permanent residents of the United States. The program’s name, “EB–5”, comes from the visa category for which immigrant investors apply – the Employment-Based Immigration: Fifth Preference EB-5.

While the program has evolved considerably since its creation in 1990, there are currently two ways for foreign investors to obtain an EB-5 Visa:

  • Direct investment in a new or existing commercial enterprise that creates jobs, or

  • Investing capital through a “Regional Center”, a government-approved firm that actively manages investor funds and the immigration approval process.

Investing capital through a Regional Center provides several major benefits to immigrants seeking U.S. residency through the EB-5 program. One of the most important advantages is the ability to count both direct and indirect jobs. Under the Direct Investment Program, only direct jobs are eligible to meet the job creation criteria. Direct job creation is a result of an investment which has created and sustained ten new actual identifiable jobs over a two-year period. Under the Regional Center program, however, investors can satisfy the job requirement by also showing the indirect job creation from pooled funds of all investors in the project. These jobs can be created collaterally or as a result of the capital invested in a commercial enterprise affiliated with a Regional Center. In other words, the investor does not need to show that he or she directly hired any employees and the burden of proving job creation is passed onto the Regional Center. The Private Placement Markets team demonstrates the jobs created as a result of the project – both direct and indirect – through economic analyses performed by our world-class economists.

Regardless of which option an investor chooses, the minimum investment amounts are the same. Each EB-5 Visa applicant must invest a minimum of $1,000,000 in a job-creating venture. If the business receiving capital is located in a Targeted Employment Area (TEA) – defined as a rural area or a region with high unemployment – the minimum investment amount is reduced to $500,000. All of EB5 Capital’s investment opportunities are located in TEAs.

 

 

To Retain and Engage Private Placement Markets for an EB-5 Offering:

Since 2017, we have prepared a large number of an EB-5 Offerings for Immigrant Investor Visa Securities Offerings, and have done so for nearly all types of company structures, and all types of securities (from simple offerings of stock, to unit offerings, to structured finance offerings) and in every industry type. 

 

Service(s) to be Provided:

  • Registration of the company with the United States Securities & Exchange Commission.

    • Obtain SEC CIK Number

    • Obtain EDGAR Online Access

  • Registration of the Company with ISIN International, and obtaining an International Stock Identification Number (ISIN).

  • Drafting & Preparation of a Federal & International Securities Laws Compliant EB-5 Offering.

    • Our Custom EB-5 Offering Preparation includes (but is not limited to):

      • Offering Structuring and Development of a Presentation Grade EB-5 Offering,

      • all SEC Filing(s) as required via the EDGAR,

      • all ISIN Filings as required

      • Foreign Jurisdiction filing support (Foreign Filing Fees may be required in each country that the securities are offered and/or sold in),

      • Federal, State & International Securities Laws Compliance Review, and

      • Access to our Broker-Dealer Network & International Institutional Investment Banking Network (See www.PPMEquity.com & www.PPMDebt.com)

    • NOTE: Job Creation Analysis will be completed by a mutually agreed to EB-5 Qualified Economist at the sole cost of the Client. 

To engage us for a Custom Regulation EB-5 Offering Preparation:

  1. Private Placement Markets is very selective about the EB5 Clients it engages with. Please call our Capital Markets Team or email us as the contact listed to the left, and we will schedule a time to speak regarding your EB5 needs.

  2. If there is a mutual interest to engage for the Drafting of your EB5, we will forward you an engagement letter to be signed, at which time you will be required to submit a retainer equal to 50% of our service charge for the drafting of the EB-5 Offering Memorandum. Our total estimated cost for an EB-5 Offering is a Flat $10,000 USD (50% = $5,000 USD). NOTE: The balance of $5,000 will be due and payable 30 days net from retaining services or upon delivery of a final B-5 Offering Document whichever comes first.

  3. Once complete, we will send you an email with information detailing the necessary information we need to get started working on your offering.

  4. General Time from Start-to-Finish, given the vast number of Offerings we have done over the past four plus years, approximately one week. 

Mr. Steve Muehler

Founder & Managing Member

Private Placement Markets

101 California Street

San Francisco, CA 94111

Email: Steve@PPMSecurities.com

Phone: (877) 259-8066

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