America EB5 Visa
Who are we?
Our team is completely comprised of uniquely qualified professionals who once shared your dream of immigrating to the United States. We understand your reservations, your worries, and your fears. Most importantly, we understand that every situation is different.
Our management has experience working on Wall Street for over 30 years, structuring fixed income transactions and reading complicated private placement memorandums. We are used to identifying a large portion, if not all the risks inherent in every investment. We work on formulating direct and indirect mitigants to help alleviate concerns investors might have. These risks can neither be identified nor mitigated through a simple reading of documents. In this fashion, we distinguish ourselves among typical local professionals who might solely rely on the sponsoring real estate company’s global reputation. We appreciate your desire to understand the finer details of your investment. Therefore, utilizing our investment banking background, we can highlight the essential key points of concern and advantage of each project.
Our founder and CEO, Mr. Marko Issever joined Riverside Management Group as a managing director in May 2016 in order to, among other things, lead the firm’s EB-5 capital raising and placement activities, via its wholly owned subsidiary, BCW Securities LLC.
He is also the founding partner of BH Capital Management, LLC, a real estate investment company that specializes in opportunities in development and investment.
Prior to joining RMG and establishing BHCM, Mr. Issever was a managing director at The Bank of New York Mellon Global & Capital Markets, leading the firm’s derivative business to financial institutions globally.
Mr. Issever has been in Wall Street for over 30 years and was also a founding member of the derivative business in Sakura Global Capital, a Japanese bank subsidiary that subsequently merged with Sumitomo Capital Markets to form SMBC Capital Markets.
Mr. Issever started his Wall Street career in Prudential Securities’ Financial Strategies Group where he specialized in mortgage backed security opportunities such as CMO’s, risk-controlled arbitrage transactions, as well as other asset backed securitizations including securitization of policy holder loans. Mr. Issever is a graduate of The Wharton School of University of Pennsylvania where he earned his MBA degree in finance and MA in economics.
Prior to attending Wharton, he graduated from Bogazici University and Robert College, located in Istanbul. He speaks Turkish (native) and Ladino Spanish fluently.
He is the founding president of Aleph Learning Center, a Jewish outreach organization and board member of Manhattan Sephardic Congregation.He holds the series 7 & 63 securities licenses. He lives with his wife and three children in New York City.
What is EB-5? The investor program that leads to permanent residency in the US.
What is an EB-5 Visa ?
If you are a citizen of a country other than the United States and are looking to start a life in America, then you should consider applying for the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program, administered by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Participating in the EB-5 program means making a capital investment, but as soon as USCIS determines that the receiving business of your investment qualifies for the EB-5 program, then you, your spouse, and your children under 21 have a one-way ticket to obtaining a permanent residency “Green Card” from the United States.
What are the requirements of EB-5 Visa?
EB-5 visa applicants are required to invest at least $500,000 into a Regional Center project as long as the investment is either within a high-unemployment area or a rural area in the United States. If these conditions are not met, the minimum qualifying investment becomes $1 million. When these funds are deployed into the economy, they need to result in the creation of at least 10 full-time jobs for U.S. workers. An investor need not worry about the timing of this job creation. Once the investor receives his conditional permanent residency status, the receiving company will have two years to generate ten or more jobs in order for the investor to change his status from conditional to permanent.
We recently had a conversation with Haber Turk in Istanbul and with the Turkish Avenue magazine in New York. You can read our conversations from the links below. I am also enclosing a free translation of the Turk Avenue interview.
We have a couple of exclusive regional center projects in New York city and New Jersey. We will be happy to provide details on them to your readers who are interested. They can reach us by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or simply calling us at 917 355 9251. We encourage them to visit our site, www.americaeb5visa.com as well.