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The Atlantic Institute of Oriental Medicine hires Shepherd Capital to lead their expansion efforts
Shepherd Capital, an EB-5 investment consulting firm with an extensive wealth of knowledge and experience with EB-5, has been hired by the Atlantic Institute of Oriental Medicine to lead their new campus expansion EB-5 financing efforts in S. Florida
This is an exciting opportunity for Shepherd Capital and ATOM, as institute of higher learning for Oriental Medicine is a choice project for EB-5 financing, and foreign investors will see this type of project as the perfect place to place their $500,000 or $1MM investment, with the goal of gaining permanent residency in the USA.
Shepherd Capital was chosen as the consulting firm for this project due to their experience and professionalism. EB-5 project approval and investor obtainment is practically impossible without proper planning and expert consultation. Shepherd Capital is able to guide their clients from start to finish through the EB-5 process, resulting in the ultimate success of the project for the client and the investor alike.
Shepherd Capital Funding is an experienced and forward-thinking investment consulting and management iodcr firm with an extensive wealth of knowledge and experience with EB5 consulting and marketing. A father and son team based in sunny Miami, FL, centering our operation model on investment consulting and EB-5 expert advisory, our mission is to utilize our wealth of experience to be an innovator in the world of EB-5 investment consulting by providing companies with EB-5 projects with an unprecedented investment experience. Through our close relationships with EB-5 marketing firms, experienced economists, immigration attorneys, securities attorneys, Regional Centers, and state government labor offices, we are experts in EB-5 project applications, investor marketing, and EB-5 immigration applications (I-526 & I-829). Shepherd Capital Funding Group is experienced in the successful preparation of all aspects of the EB-5 application process, including the essential econometric analyses required by the USCIS for approval of an EB-5 application (8 CFR 204.6(M)(i),(
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