About EB-5

EB-5 Program

The employment-based Fifth Preference visa category titled EB-5 was created by the U.S. Congress in 1990 to assist foreigners looking to invest in a new U.S. business which will generate or preserve a minimum of 10 full-time workers, as well as positively influence the U.S. economy.

The amount needed to invest is based on the location of the real-estate. In rural areas or places with high unemployment rates the minimum is $500,000. In all other areas the minimum is $1,000,000. There are roughly 10,000 available EB-5 green cards allotted per year and a little less than 1/3 of these are provided to foreign nationals who partner with a Regional Center for their investment option.

EB-5 Benefits

The Regional Center Investment Program was developed by the U.S. Congress as a stimulus to foreigners utilizing the EB-5 visa immigration category. A regional center:

  • Is an institution or organization recognized by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)
  • Concentrated on certain projects or geographical locations found in the United States
  • Encourages economic advancement by supplementing export sales, enhancing regional efficiency, producing job opportunities, and raising U.S. capital investment

The Regional Center Investment Program has experienced widespread success and shows exponential signs of potential. Enhancements to the program over the course of its existence have steadily increased the number of EB-5 category visas attained.

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