The U.S. American Dream is alive and well. Give your family and children the opportunity to have a piece of the American Dream by investing in the U.S. Let our immigration attorneys help you fulfill your dreams with an EB-5 Visa or an E-1 Visa / E-2 Visa.
EB-5 VISA / INVESTOR VISA
Created by Congress in 1990 in order to stimulate the U.S. economy through job creation and capital investment by foreign investors, EB5 Investors can invest $1 million dollars or $500,000 in a new commercial enterprise and be eligible for Lawful Permanent Residency (LPR or green card) for the investor, spouse and children under 21 years of age. A new commercial enterprise includes:
- A sole proprietorship
- Partnership (whether limited or general)
- Holding company
- Joint venture
- Business trust or other entity, which may be publicly or privately owned
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Contact our law office today to see if the EB5 Visa is right for you and your family. If you decide to pursue the investor visa, our immigration attorneys can help you prove the source of your investment capital with proper documentation. Investment capital can include but is not limited to; cash, equipment, inventory, other tangible property, and cash equivalents, and indebtedness secured by assets owned by the investor. We will also assist you in documenting to USCIS the job creation requirements of the EB5 Visa and meeting all other requirements of the EB5 Visa so that you and your family can achieve Lawful Permanent Resident status in the U.S.
E-1 OR E-2 VISA – TREATY INVESTORS VISA
Talk to an investor immigration attorney today to see whether the E-1 Visa or an E-2 Visa is the right fit for you and your business needs. The E-2 allows a national of a treaty country to enter the U.S. on a nonimmigrant visa when he or she invests capital in a U.S. business. Some of the countries in which the U.S. maintains a treaty include the Philippines, China (Taiwan), Pakistan, South Korea, and Morocco as well as many countries in South America such as Argentina, Paraguay, and Chile.