Step 1: Contact KCI to determine eligibility
Understand Risk Factors
There are specific risk factors for each Limited Partnership, which are specifically addressed and described in detail in the offering materials for each Limited Partnership. While risk factors differ for each Partnership, general risks include economic conditions, failure to meet job requirements, and denied immigration status under the EB-5 Program. Please note that all investments are made “at risk”.
Review Summary of Principal Terms Sheet
Meet the criteria for Accredited Investors
In the U.S., an individual is considered to be an accredited investor if he or she has a net worth in excess of $1 million (excluding the value of the primary residence), or has income exceeding $200,000 each year for the last two years, $300,000 with spouse if married, and has reasonable expectation to earn the same amount in the current year and beyond.
For more information, please visit U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission webpage (link to webpage).
Obtain KCI notice of suitability
Step 2: Review Offering Documents
Hire immigration attorney or designated representative to review offering documents and preform due diligence before selecting project
Sign necessary documents and place principal investment plus issuance fees in escrow account
Step 3: Submit I-526 Petition
Prepare necessary Source of Funds documents
Retain an immigration attorney to prepare and file the I-526 Petition to be submitted to USCIS (KCI provides necessary documentation and assists in preparation)
Receive notice from USCIS about the adjudication decision (approximately 6-9 months)
Step 4: Prepare for Consulate Interview
If the investor resides outside of the U.S., a consulate interview will be scheduled.
After interview, receive conditional green card
Step 5: Submit I-829
Three months before conditional green card expires, investor and immigration attorney submit the I-829 petition to remove conditions (KCI provides assists).
Once I-829 is approved, investor will receive a permanent green card.
Principal is repaid to each investor according to distribution terms of the project.