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Lawful Source of Funds: Documenting a Loan Used To Make an EB-5 Investment Proving the lawful source of the EB-5 investment funds is a key requirement under the EB-5 program. The investment funds may come from a loan provided that the investor’s personal assets are used as collateral to secure the loan. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service requires that substantial supporting documents be submitted with the EB-5 application in order to demonstrate a loan as the lawful source of the invested capital.

Documenting a Gift as the Lawful Source of the EB-5 Investment Funds To qualify under the EB-5 program, the investor will need to show that the funds invested into the new commercial enterprise were derived from a lawful source. These funds may come from a gift provided that the investor can demonstrate the lawful source of the gift funds. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service requires that substantial supporting documents be submitted with the EB-5 application in order to demonstrate a gift as the lawful source of the invested capital.

Evidencing Salary Accumulation as the Lawful Source of the EB-5 Investment Funds U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) requires an EB-5 Investor to provide documentation demonstrating that the investment capital was derived from a lawful source. Funds obtained from the accumulation of the investor’s salary are acceptable under the EB-5 program. Substantial supporting documents should be submitted with the EB-5 application in order to demonstrate salary accumulation as the lawful source of the invested capital.

Documenting the Lawful Source of EB-5 Funds Derived From the Sale of Real Estate Proving the lawful source of the EB-5 investment funds is a key requirement under the EB-5 program. The investment funds may come from a sale of real estate provided that the investor is able to demonstrate how he or she obtained the funds to purchase the property. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service requires that substantial supporting documents be submitted with the EB-5 application in order to demonstrate the proceeds from the sale of property as the lawful source of the invested capital.

Evidencing the Lawful Source of EB-5 Funds Derived From the Sale of Stock To qualify under the EB-5 program, the investor will need to show that the funds invested into the new commercial enterprise were derived from a lawful source. These funds may come from a sale of stock provided that the investor is able to demonstrate how he or she obtained the stock. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service requires that substantial supporting documents be submitted with the EB-5 application in order to demonstrate that the proceeds from the sale of the stock are the lawful source of the invested capital.

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