An Investment Green Card is based on making a substantial financial commitment to create additional employment in the US. The EB5 Visa is based on a qualifying US investment. It does not require you to manage the day-to-day affairs of a business, you may invest in an existing or a new business, more than one person may invest and you may be a minority owner. You can also live anywhere in the United States regardless of where the investment is made.
You may qualify for an EB5 visa in three different ways:
This type of visa requires extensive documents. Let our managing attorney Karen-Lee Pollak and experienced immigration support team advise you on whether you qualify for an investment green card.
Our firm provides full-service professional legal advice and representation to help you find an immigration solution to your visa needs. Please contact us to discuss your Immigration Options.
Contact us today to speak with our managing attorney Karen-Lee Pollak and experienced immigration support team.