Become a US Resident by investing or buying a property
EB5 Green Card Visa Program
Since its introduction in 1990 by the U.S. Immigration Act, the
EB-5 program provides a special category of immigration visa for the high-net-worth international investor.
After the successful completion of the program, investors and their
family members (spouse and children under the age of 21) are given a conditional resident status in the United States, which can be converted into a permanent residency with a path to citizenship.
WHO CAN APPLY
International investors and their family members (spouse and children under the age of 21 unmarried).
•Investment of $500,000
•Proof of legal source of said investment via theI-526 Petition
•Each investment must create 10 full-time jobs for U.S. qualified
After the approval of the initial application, which is focused
primarily on establishing the legal source of the investment of
$500,000 (known as an I-526 Petition), the applicant and his or
her immediate family are eligible for a conditional resident status
in the United States.
Once the applicant establishes that the investment of $500,000
was made in the selected project and the 10 full-time jobs were
created within the required period (or will be created within a
reasonable time period), the condition attached to the visa is
removed and the applicant and family receive permanent resident
status in the United States.
3 Locations Available (Aventura, Bay Harbor Islands and Downtown Miami)
COSTS TO INVEST:
USD 500,000 for the subscription of the Private Placement
Memorandum plus EB5 administrative and legal fees of USD $50,000 to $75,000
With our proved models of two steps investment now you can invest into the acquisition of a property while at the same time apply for the Greencard under the EB5 program.
The owner will have to otpion to live in the apartment or to rent it for 5 years. After the 5th year the owner will be able to sell the unit.
Contact us to so we can send you all the projects available in Miami and Orlando approved by Immigration.
Bay Harbor Islands
Frequently Asked Questions
When do I need to invest the $500,000?
Once the Regional Center establishes that the investor fulfilled the basic admissibility requirements, they are invited to wire their investment of $500,000 into the project. The amount will be kept in escrow until the I-526 application has been submitted to the USCIS.
When I apply for the removal of my green card’s conditional status, what must be established?
USCIS will base their decision on a comparison between the investor’s job creation forecast indicated in the I-526 petition and the actual job creation at the time of submission of the petition for the removal of the condition (I-829 petition).
The immigration officer will assess whether the investment of $500,000 has indeed been invested in the manner indicated in the I-526 and has led to the creation of at least 10 full-time jobs and whether it is realistic to expect that the jobs created will be sustained for a reasonable period. If the answers to those questions are positive, the I-829 petition should be approved and the condition removed.
What kind of benefits and conveniences does a U.S. green card provide?
Everyone has their own motivations for resettling in the United States. Having a green card will greatly facilitate this plan and it will also bring many conveniences. People who have the permanent right to settle in the United States through the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program are granted most of the rights of U.S. citizens. The green card also gives you, your spouse and children under 21 the right to settle anywhere in the United States and come and go as you please.
Green card holders can also freely start businesses and engage in sole proprietorship or corporate enterprises in the United States. Permanent residents no longer need a work visa to engage in work or business in the country.
The United States is home to many of the world’s best international institutions for basic education and postgraduate study. As a U.S. resident, investors can pay relatively lower tuition fees at these elite schools. The cost of living in the United States is less than many other large, advanced countries. Consumer goods, services, and housing are also much cheaper than many countries.
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