RESIDENCY IN UNITED STATES UNDER EB-5 PROGRAM
through a regional centre
In 1990 the United States created an investment category of employment-based immigration to make it possible for foreigners to become U.S Green Card holders and ultimately American citizens through a highly expedited process. The EB-5 program requires that a foreign individual invests US$ 1 million or USD 500,000 if the investment is made in a rural area or an area with high unemployment into a new commercial enterprise and creates 10 new full-time jobs. Funds must stay invested and be at risk until permanent resident status is granted (usually about 5 years).
United States remains one of the most desired destinations for migrants and investors from all over the world. It is truly the “land of opportunity” whether the objective is financial, educational or a great standard of living. Green card holders enjoy virtually all of opportunities, rights, liberties enjoyed by American born citizens.
Advantages of the United States EB-5 Program:
This is the most preferred migration program category to the United States for people with limitations of age, qualifications and looking at a permanent re-location to the U.S. with family.
The Complete Process
Investor signs up – Non Disclosure Agreement, Subscription contracts & filling up of a detailed questionnaire on background information & source of funds
Investor deposits $ 500,000 and the admin fee into an escrow account
Filing of I-526 petition by the attorney to the USCIS (United States Citizenship & Immigration Services)
I-526 petition is approved in approximate 12 months
It takes around 4-6 months to complete consular processing at a U.S. consulate in India
Investor and the family obtains a 2 year conditional green card
90 days prior to expiry of conditional green card attorney files an I-829 petition with the USCIS
I-829 petition is approved within 18 to 24 months
Investor and the family get a final green card for the rest of their lives
The principal investment of $ 500,000 is returned around completion of 5 years from investment
Prices of our services
Admin fee for the main applicant - 50,000 USD
Attorney fees for the complete process - 20,000 to 25,000 USD
USCIS fees for both petitions – 8000 USD (Subject to USCIS revisions)
The services of our admin fees include:
Consultation on all possibilities and finer details of participating in the US EB-5 program
Investment of your funds in a real estate project duly researched to fulfill all requirements as laid down by USCIS
Drawing up a power of attorney
Providing all necessary documents legalization services
Opening a bank account in the United States
Analysis and check of all documents relating to real estate ownership
Working with the immigration attorney at all stages to file timely petitions
Accompanying your case till obtaining the Permanent Green Card
Support in obtaining U.S. Citizenship
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Support up to & after receiving residence
Assurance of your residence permit
Who can participate in this program
All candidates must lack a criminal record; they cannot have violated USCIS rules and must not be barred from entry into the United States
Conditions for participating in the EB-5 Regional Center program
What this program brings you
INVESTMENT AMOUNT CAN BE RESTRICTED TO THE MINIMUM INVESTMENT SIZE
Through the regional centre, investment amount can be capped at 500,000 USD without a need to play any direct role further
YOU WILL BE RETURNED YOUR PRINCIPAL INVESTMENT WITHIN 5 YEARS FROM ESCROW RELEASE
Investments through our project partners are returned to the investor typically within a period of 5 years after release from the escrow.
YOU WILL RECEIVE AN INTEREST ON YOUR INVESTMENT
We promise you a simple interest per annum of 0.5% to 2% of the investment
YOU CAN OPT TO BE A GREEN CARD HOLDER INDEFINITELY
In case you do not wish to take up the U.S. passport, you can continue holding the unconditional green card and enjoy all the benefits of being a U.S. citizen except the right to vote