Restaurants Look To Foreign Investors For South Florida Expansions

Many restaurant chains have turned to foreign investors and the EB-5 visa program to help expand in South Florida, the Sun Sentinel reports.

Franchisees for VooDoo BBQ & Grill, Twin Peaks and The New Miami Subs Grill have all sought out funds from investors interested in participating in the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’Immigrant Investor Program, more commonly known as EB-5.

EB-5 begins a road to citizenship for foreign investors, who can receive a green card by creating 10 U.S. jobs.

VooDoo BBQ & Grill’s Pembroke Pines location is among the local locations directly benefitting from EB-5 investment.

 

Source:  SFBJ

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  1. I am looking for more information about the EB-5 foreign investors. I am looking to grow our great and original concept and would love to know how the EB-5 and foreign investor program works. I can be reached by email at peckschicken@yahoo.com or my stores phone number at 813-671-9940. My name is Robert Morson thanks so much for your time.

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