Want access to the highest standard of living anywhere in the globe? Experience the multicultural charm of the world’s most robust economy and access freedom like never before. A passport from the United States ranks second to none.
Through the EB-5 immigrant investor program, you can access the American dream, a dream that awards you the rich culture and unparalleled quality of life.
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The United States offers several visa options for prospective immigrants. The EB-5 Program offers the following advantages:
US Green card.
Easy travel to 166 visa-free countries.
Investors, their spouses, and children under 21 years of age can all receive U.S. green card by funding.
A single project with a single investment.
Green card holders may attend U.S. schools and universities at the same cost as U.S. citizens.
Live, work, and retire anywhere in the U.S., and travel easily to other countries.
Gain access to the same high-quality healthcare available to U.S. citizens.
Third parties manage your investment and all aspects of the project.
Invest USD 1,050,000 into a non-targeted employment area project.
USD 800,000 into a targeted employment area project in a rural area or an area with high unemployment.
2. Create or preserve 10 permanent full-time jobs for qualified USA workers.
After the successful applicants have received a green card, the funds must stay invested until permanent resident status is granted (roughly five years).
Approved applicants will receive conditional green cards for a period of two years. The conditions on the green card are then removed at the end of the two years upon demonstrating to USA immigration authorities that the jobs were in fact created or maintained. The transition from conditional to regular green card does not affect what the green card holder can do in the USA.
Individual applicants must have a net worth in excess of USD 1 million and provide proof that their funds come from legal sources.
They must intend to reside in the USA for a sufficient period to maintain their green cards (for example, enter the USA at least once every 180 days) and maintain ties with the USA.