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Source of funds

What are some of the biggest challenges that investors face when it comes to source of funds?

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Marko Issever
May 28, 2018 05:04 PM  Marko Issever

Most investors who have not done much research on the requirements of source of funds believe that if their funds are deposited in a commercial bank, they would not have a problem. This is obviously not true. USCIS wants to know how those funds came into their account in the bank. What kind of property was sold and at what price? When was the property that was sold purchased? How was it purchased? How were the funds that were used to purchase the property earned? Unfortunately, in many developing countries transactions are consummated in cash. Even if the taxes due from those commercial transactions are paid, it is very difficult for investors to document those. That is why we strongly advise our clients to consult with their immigration attorneys. The investors should give their attorneys the whole picture so that the attorney could advise them the best path to take in terms of which moneys to use to fund the EB5 investment.

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