What is EB-5?

What is EB-5?

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

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

IS THE EB-5 PROGRAM RIGHT FOR ME?

To participate, investors must meet three (3) initial requirements to qualify for the EB-5 Program

    • Make a minimum investment of $500,000 USD through an EB-5 regional center.
    • The investor demonstrates that the investment capital has come from a legal and traceable source.
    • A background check to assure that the investor and/or family has not broken any U.S. Immigration laws, or had a past criminal record.

Investor satisfies pre-screening requirements

Upon satisfaction of USCIS requirements and the successful completion of the selected EB-5 project, the investor should anticipate his/her permanent green card and ultimately the repayment of their $500,000 EB-5 investment.

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.

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