Ronnie Fieldstone co-authors book for EB-5 developers seeking to raise capital

Ronald R. Fieldstone

EB-5 Definitive GuideMiami Partner Ronnie Fieldstone is the co-author of the recently published book The EB-5 Definitive Guide to Raising Capital.The 280 page guide is published by Strategic Element Consulting and was developed for those seeking to raise capital by starting their own EB-5 project. It is intended to provide an A to Z compendium of information to help prospective EB-5 founders to understand the business perspective of EB-5 including: Assessing potential projects, expediting the application and approval process, succeeding with investors, and avoiding common program pitfalls.  The EB-5 Definitive Guide was assembled by Mr. Fieldstone and a group of like-minded professionals who realized that there was a need to help those seeking capital to quickly and easily understand the program and what it can do for them. Arnstein & Lehr’s EB-5 team of attorneys has provided legal counsel on more than 60 projects, in 14 states and spanning a dozen industries.  To purchase the EB-5 Definitive Guide, please click here.

The EB-5 program is administered by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, which is intended to stimulate foreign investment and to create jobs at the same time. The program allows qualifying US-based companies to raise capital from foreign investors. Investors can invest either $500,000 or $1 million as direct investors in small businesses or through an “EB-5 regional center” and receive a green card upon approval of their investment application. Businesses must formally apply to USCIS to approve qualifying direct investments or to attain regional center designation.  Mr. Fieldstone and Miami Partner Randy Sidlosca recently launched the web blog www.eb5arnstein.com to promote Arnstein & Lehr’s EB-5 experience.

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