Opportunities for Accredited Investors
Anthony W. Johnson, our creator, designed all of Ballet Magique® Productions' projects for stage, film, television, music, and games. Our projects are privately funded and are not available publicly. So if you're an accredited investor looking for alternative investment opportunities, Ballet Magique® Productions is the best place for your investment. Accredited investors interested in investment opportunities with Ballet Magique® Productions from Live Entertainment, such as shows and concerts, to film, television, games, and music, because of the ancillary prospects, it becomes less risky, so whether you're looking to invest in a specific production or want to explore the possibilities, we created a great way to increase your revenue.
The SEC differentiates between an accredited investor and a non-accredited investor. There is no special certificate given to either group. Instead, the SEC publishes a definition of who may qualify as accredited. If an investor meets any criteria the SEC publishes, the SEC deems that investor accredited. If the investor does not meet any of the requirements, the investor is non-accredited. Ballet Magique® Productions is open to accredited investors looking for access to investment opportunities, under our motto Dance, Music, Magic, Theater and Wushu, we have opportunities in Theater, Film, Television, Games, and Music.
Other investment opportunities
USCIS administers the EB-5 Program.
Take control of your future. The EB-5 Investor Visa Program allows qualified immigrant investors and their immediate families (children up to the age of 21) to obtain U.S. green cards and permanent residency through a one-time investment of $1,000,000 (U.S.) into a new U.S. business that creates ten or more American jobs.
Make the necessary investment in a commercial enterprise in the United States; and
Plan to create or preserve ten permanent full-time jobs for qualified U.S. workers.
This program is known as EB-5, the name of the employment-based fifth preference visa that participants receive.
Congress created the EB-5 Program in 1990 to stimulate the U.S. economy through job creation and capital investment by foreign investors. In 1992, Congress created the Immigrant Investor Program, also known as the Regional Center Program, which sets aside EB-5 visas for participants who invest in commercial enterprises associated with regional centers approved by USCIS based on proposals for promoting economic growth.