Common forms used throughout the EB-5 process are listed below.

Fragomen’s scope of legal representation of clients in EB-5 matters is solely to the provision of immigration law guidance and advice as it relates to one or more of the following i) an application to United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) for designation and registration of a new regional center; ii) amendment of an existing regional center as provided for by the regional Center Pilot Program; and/or iii) the application(s) for lawful permanent residence (green cards) by individual investors in an enterprise whether under a regional center or as individual investors, under the laws relating to Immigrant Investor Employment Creation Visas (E-5).
The pursuit of specific investment programs in connection with EB-5 matters is done solely at the investor’s own risk. Clients are strongly advised and encouraged to obtain independent counsel to assist and advise them as to the ramifications of the investment(s) that they may make, or have made, or will consider making in connection with EB-5 matters.