EB-5 Investors

The EB-5 process provides a method of obtaining a green card for foreign nationals who personally invest their funds in a U.S. entity directly or into one associated with a Regional Center designated by USCIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service).

To obtain the immigrant visa (the green card/permanent residency) the foreign national must personally invest at least USD $1,000,000 which will create at least 10 full time jobs either directly or indirectly.   By investing in certain Regional Centers located in TEA ‘s (Targeted Employment Areas); i.e. areas that are rural or areas of high employment, the required investment is only USD $500,000.00.

A typical foreign investor is highly educated; a successful business executive or entrepreneur, an accredited investor by the standards of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (for Regional Center Investments), and a head of household with a global perspective.

Foreign investors’ motivations to invest through the EB-5 Program include:
–  Conduct and/or expand their business in the United States
–  Educate themselves or their children in the U.S.
–  Diversify their investment portfolios
–  Passively Manage their investments in the Regional Center or Direct Project
–  Reside in the United States and become U.S. Permanent Residents and U.S. Citizens

–  Preparation and Filing of Investor Petitions with USCIS
–  Authentication of Source of Funds
–  Consulate Processing or Adjustment of Status for Conditional Permanent Residency
–  Removal of Conditions to Permanent Residency
–  EB-5 Project Due Diligence Services (Immigration matters only)
–  Compliance and Best Practices
–  Cultural Relocation
–  Foreign Language Liaison Services: Mandarin Chinese, Portuguese, Spanish, French, Arabic, Italian, Farsi, German, Dutch

Our Lead EB-5 Attorney

Edward C. Beshara

P: (407) 571-6878

E: ebeshara@besharapa.com

Contact us today for a Consultation about EB-5 Visas

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