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Permanent Residency through Investment in the USA (EB-5)

EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program
(Employment-based fifth preference visa)

U.S. Congress created this program in 1990 to stimulate the US economy by attracting foreign capital investment and creating jobs for American workers. It is intended for entrepreneurs, business leaders, retirees, and other foreign investors.

Eligibility Requirements

Investment Options

1. Invest USD $1,050,000 in a commercial enterprise:

A commercial enterprise includes, but is not limited to: a sole proprietorship, partnership, holding company, joint venture, corporation, or business trust. Under this option, investors need to create or preserve at least 10 full-time jobs for qualifying U.S. workers within two years of entry to the United States (direct job creation).


2. Invest in a Regional Center which is an organization or agency designed and regulated by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to promote economic growth by pooling capital from foreign investors. Only immigrants applying through a federally designated Regional Center can benefit from the indirect job creation criteria. They need to prove that the investment will create 10 new jobs anywhere within the Regional Center. In addition, investors are not required to be involved in the project which means reduced management responsibilities at the Regional Centers are administered by a group that manages the development and operation of the project.

Program Benefits

Application Process

Permanent residence in the US can be obtained in 4 simple steps by investing in Regional Center through the EB-5 Investor Program:

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US EB-5 Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is the EB-5 program?
U.S. Congress created this program to attract foreign capital and contribute to the country’s economy by creating jobs for qualified U.S. workers and opening the path for foreign investors to obtain permanent residency in return for their investments.

2. What are the documents needed for the application?
The application should include the petition form filled and signed, personal documentation, financial statements, and proof that the source of funds is legal.

3. How long is the application process?
After approval of the I-526 Petition by USCIS, the applicant’s immigrant visa is processed through the United States Department of State. Upon approval, I-526 petitions are forwarded to the National Visa Center for "front end" processing, including the payment of visa fees, completion of background checks, and the collection of civil documents and completed visa applications. Once all required materials have been submitted to the National Visa Center, the file is forwarded to the U.S. Consulate or Embassy in the applicant's home country where the visa interview will be conducted.
The timeline varies and depends on a variety of factors (country of origin, country of residence, source of funds, the project, and USCIS case load, i.e. the volume of applications USCIS receives). However, an approximate timeframe on July 15, 2022 is as follows:
Form I-526 ~52.5 months;
Consulate ~3 months;
Form I-829 ~57 months.

4. What are the reasons that would result in denying my application?
One of the main reasons for application refusal is insufficient documents to support source of funds. In some cases, the application may be rejected due to personal documentation or problems related to Regional Center.

For more information, please fill out our Free Assessment and find out if you qualify.

Click here for the Quebec Immigrant Investor Program (QIIP) and the US EB5 Immigrant Investor Program Comparison table.



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