Employment history or other work experience and education are not requirements of the EB-5 immigrant investor law. While having business experience certainly will help if you are going to run a business (direct EB-5), you do not need to have employment history to qualify for this category.
To add to the earlier point, the business plan must be credible, so if you have no experience running the business in question, credibility could become an issue unless no particular skills are required for this kind of business.
Employment history is not relevant here - it is all about the investment/business.
That is the beauty of the EB-5 application process. No prior employment history is required. If you are going to go via the direct investment route of course prior business experience will be relevant for you to be successful. If you decide to go via the regional center route all you would need would be the required funds, the sources of which you can prove.
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