Congress created the fifth employment-based preference (EB-5) immigrant visa category in 1990 for high net-worth foreigners seeking to invest in a business that will benefit the U.S. economy and create at least 10 full-time jobs for U.S. workers. The basic amount required to invest is $1 million US dollars, although that amount is reduced to $500,000 if the investment is made in a high unemployment area. The benefits of the program are clear. The US business receives needed capital and the investor receives a minority interest in a US business as well as an expedited means of obtaining lawful permanent residence in the United States.
#1 Goal: Get a Green Card
Our Partners Regional Centers uses conservative job creation methodologies that have been approved by UNITED STATE CITIZENSHIP & IMMIGRATION SERVICES(USCIS).
#2 Goal: Return of Investment In About 5 Years
Regional Centers makes loans to developers with a strong track record and a history of success who provide collateral for the EB-5 investment.
#3 Trusted Parnters
We are partners with regional centers who are premier EB-5 hotel financier and developer. they are specializes In hotel development projects in U.S.A gateway cities & work with top industry affiliates including the Marriott, Hyatt, Waldorf Astoria, The university of southern California & bank of California. since 2011, Our Partner Regional center has raised over $170 Millions in EB-5 Capital From Hundreds Of International Investors financing approximately $500 Million of hotel development & creating more than 3700 new jobs in U.S.
Five Basic Steps
Capital Investment: The immigrant Investor invests the minimum capital requirement, usually US $500,000 + an administrative fee.
I-526 Petition: The Investor will file an I-526 petition for conditional green card. Included in this petition will be the project’s EB-5 business plan and Economic Impact Report displaying how the investment will create the 10 new jobs in the next two years.
I-526 Approval: Assuming the Investor’s I-526 petition is approved, the investor and his/her spouse and unmarried children under age 21 will apply for a green card either through an Adjustment of Status (Form I-485) or consular processing, which will depend on where the Investor lives.
Job Creation: USCIS requires that the requisite jobs be created within 2.5 years after the approval of the I-526 petition.
Removal of Conditions: Between month 21 and month 24 of the approval of the conditional green card, the Investor must file a I-829 petition to remove the conditions which must demonstrate to USCIS that the jobs have in fact been created.