If it’s always been your dream to immigrate to the United States, an EB-5 visa could be your perfect opportunity – provided you follow all the necessary requirements.
The EB-5 immigrant investor visa was created by Congress to make investing in the US an attractive prospect for potential immigrants, while at the same time creating jobs for American workers. Successful EB-5 investors would also be entitled to apply for a Green Card for US permanent residence.
It may sound appealing, but it’s not as easy as simply coughing up the money.
Below, we’re going to look closer at the specific requirements you will need to fulfill in order to successfully submit your EB-5 visa application.
According to EB-5investors.com:
“In general, the investor must meet capital investment amount requirements, job creation requirements, and ensure that the business receiving the investment qualifies for the EB-5 program.
EB-5 visa applicants, their spouse, and their children under 21 will obtain their permanent residency green card once all requirements have been successfully met and approved by the USCIS.”
The following requirements apply:
Your EB-5 investment can be in the form of cash, cash equivalents, equipment, inventory, tangible property, or secured indebtedness and must be valuated based on the United Stated dollar fair market value.
When applying for your EB-5 visa, you will also need to provide:
The EB-5 visa is a great opportunity for investors to immigrate to the United States, but the process is anything but easy. At Niren and Associates, we’ve helped countless investors through the complicated legal procedures, ensuring that all “t”s are crossed and all “i”s are dotted. With over 17 years experience and over 50,000 satisfied clients, we know how to get results.
If you’re an investor who needs help with preparing your business plan and a smooth immigration experience, get a free assessment today, and let us help you do business in the US.
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