E3 Investment Group, headquartered in New York, announced today that EB-5 Investment Report, a leading source of in-depth reporting in the EB-5 arena, conducted a feature length interview of E3 Investment Group Managing Director Matt Gordon. The interview covered a range of topics related to E3 Investment Groups innovative Scalable-Direct™ EB-5 investment structure.
According to Matt Gordon, “The EB-5 Investment Report interview was a great opportunity to discuss our structure and how it provides significant advantages to the EB-5 investor compared to regional centers or one-off direct opportunities.”
Mr. Gordon continued, “We are developing significant momentum, which is due in no small part to established media outlets that focus on immigration taking an interest in our work. Later this month we are presenting an ILW.com EB-5 conference that focuses on immigration lawyers. The more we can educate investors, attorney and other EB-5 stakeholders about alternative structures and practices that are superior for investors, the more we can do our part to helping make best practices better.”
E3 Investment Group’s Scalable-Direct™ model may be the first of its kind to allow foreign nationals who invest their capital as part of the United States government’s EB-5 immigrant investor visa program to receive the benefits of an enterprise class organization, while each remaining independent from all other investors by being the only investor in its entity. This is designed to allow the investors to receive permanent residency in the United States, while using their capital to create jobs in high unemployment areas for US citizens and permanent residents.
For a short video on how Scalable-Direct™ works, see http://www.e3investmentgroup.com/scalable-direct
To see the full EB-5 Investment Report interview, see http://eb5investmentreport.com/investment-group-new-direct-eb-5-model/
See the following link for a comparison between Scalable-Direct™ and the typical EB-5 Investment structures:
For information about the up-coming ILW.com seminar, see http://www.ilw.com/workshops/november2013eb5.shtm