There is no rule about how long a business plan needs to be as long as it meets all the program requirements, however, we discourage people from submitting exemplar plans with only summary detail. Anyone reviewing the business should be able to do a 'deep dive' into the details to get their questions answered and to get confidence in the project.
Providing sufficient detail also helps not to have to answer too many questions from investors/ agents about details from a marketing perspective.
There is no such requirement for the length. However, your business plan should provide enough information to avoid any questions from USCIS.
There are no specific rules as to how long the business plan needs to be. It should have sufficient information detailing the salient features of the project though. The business plan needs to show viability and economic feasibility for the projected job creation. As long as you make sure that the business plan has all of the required components, including an EB-5 compliant, Matter of Ho, business plan showing the need for ten full-time employees and the timeline for the new commercial enterprise to directly create those positions within the conditional period you should be fine.
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