20 Oct U.S. Immigration Fund and The Chopras Group Partner to bring Indian Citizens a Future in the United States
Posted at 14:54h
October 20th, 2017 | Delhi:
in EB-5 News
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U.S. Immigration Fund in partnership with The Chopras, India’s leading higher education business, is bringing families in India business, education, career and residential opportunities in the United States. A series of seminars across India are educating investors and families about the EB-5 program and the process of obtaining U.S. Green Card Status via real estate investments.
The U.S. Congress created the EB-5 Program in 1990 to enable high net worth Foreign Investors to obtain a U.S. Visa for him/her and its immediate family by investing a minimum of $500,000 in a U.S. business that will benefit the economy and create 10 jobs for American workers.
Mr. Nicholas A. Mastroianni II, Founder & CEO of U.S. Immigration Fund, said, “U.S. Immigration Fund is honored to partner with The Chopras. The Chopras will be essential to our expansion in India in the coming years and together we will help to bring EB-5 to the forefront of immigration in India. India is one of the largest users of U.S. visas. With proper education of the different U.S. visa options available, we believe India will become one of the world’s largest users of EB-5 within a year”.
Shan Chopra, Managing Partner, The Chopra Group added “Our partnership is focused on advancing opportunity for individuals and families in education, careers and business in the United States. Global mobility and access are in high demand in an emerging India, and our offering provides freedom and flexibility to many aiming to build a global future for their families. We’re excited to be in the early phases of developing a program that has intrinsic value for all stakeholders and is sure to see a steep growth curve over the next 18-24 months in India”.
At the many seminars taking place throughout India U.S. Immigration Fund enlightened future investors on the benefits and nuances of the U.S. EB-5 Investment program. These events also focused on planning for a U.S. college education and understanding all available visa options. Both firms are working closely to establish a dedicated infrastructure to manage the needs of their clients from start to finish. The EB-5 investment opportunity is available in all offices operated by The Chopras across 20 cities, and growing.
More EB-5 Seminars will be held in cities including Ludhiana, Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore and other locations in India during November and December. To learn more about the EB-5 program visit visaeb-5.com
About U.S. Immigration Fund (USIF)
U.S. Immigration Fund (USIF) is America’s leading EB-5 Regional Center operator with world-renowned investment opportunities from New York City to California and 6,000 clients from across the globe. With approved Regional Centers located in the world’s most thriving metropolitans, USIF provides worthwhile opportunities for foreign investors and their families to obtain permanent U.S. residency through the EB-5 Program. Each year, the U.S. government allocates 10,000 visas for foreigners who invest through the Program. These initiatives enjoy full government support as they stimulate the economy, generate at least ten jobs per investment, and promote community development while providing access to green cards for foreign investors and their families.
About The Chopras Group
The Chopras Group is a family led education group whose origins are in Higher Education, Career Management and Student Recruitment globally. The Chopras helped bring Global Education to the forefront of Indian students, parents & schools starting in 1995 and have created a highly successful business engaging over 350,000 students with student recruitment in over 38 countries and deep relationships with over 600 universities globally. The Chopras are aggressively diversifying and internationally expanding their core higher education operations into Research, Corporate & Institutional Services, K-12 and Universities and now into Investment Migration.