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WHAT is EB- 5 ?

EB-5 is a United States visa program, created by Congress in 1990, that enables foreign investors to obtain a United States visa by investing in a business that will benefit the U.S. economy and create jobs

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What is required for EB-5?

Investors must meet 3 initial requirements to qualify for EB-5: Make a minimum investment of $500,000 through an EB-5 regional center.

  • Demonstrate that the investment has come from a legal and traceable source (Types of documents needed to document the lawful source of funds depend on each investor’s individual situation because EB-5 investment funds may come from different sources, for example, earned income, distributions or dividends from business, inheritance, gift, sale of business interests, sale of real or other property, or loans. Most of the documents will be copies and will be submitted by an attorney in support of an I-526 petition to USCIS. You should have the originals readily available in your possession)
  • Complete background check to assure the investor and/or family has not broken any U.S. Immigration laws or has a past criminal record.

WHY EB-5?

  • Immigrating to the United States through the EB-5 visa program provides many benefits to foreign investors.
  • Compared to other visa programs - it's fast, predictable and your spouse and unmarried children under 21 can apply with you.
  • With EB-5 you have the freedom to live, work and go to school anywhere in the United State
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WHAT CAN I RECEIVE BY PARTICIPATING IN EB-5?

  • Receive Green Card
  • Repayment of investment
  • Ultimately once the investor satisfies the initial requirements listed above as well as any USCIS requirements and the successful completion of the EB-5 project,
  • the investor should anticipate a permanent green card and ultimately the repayment of the $500,000 investment.
  • INVEST IN YOUR FUTURE Receive Green Card
  • Repayment of investment Demonstrate that the investment has come from a legal and traceable source.
  • Complete background check to assure the investor and/or family has not broken any U.S. Immigration laws or has a past criminal record.
  • Investor is Eligible to Apply for U.S. Citizenship
  • After approximately 5 years from the investor's initial entry to the United States, the investor and eligible family members are then able to apply for U.S. citizenship, if the investor chooses.