18 06/18/20

EB-5 Investment Program Job Types

By |2020-09-29T08:28:45+00:00June 18, 2020|EB-5 Investor Program, eb-5 program|Comments Off on EB-5 Investment Program Job Types

EB-5 Visa Investment Program

The EB-5 investment program for Indians (and others) allows for what is known as direct jobs and indirect jobs. And should be a part of your first Business Plan.

USCIS has specific criteria including economic models for how the required minimum of 10 full time jobs must be created. And in addition to direct and indirect jobs, the investor visa program allows for what are known as induced jobs.

Direct Jobs Under the EB-5 Investment Program

Direct jobs are clearly identifiable positions for qualified U.S. workers which are full time (35 to 40 hours per week). And they are within the business created through the investment EB-5 Visa program.

Business Plans can include “job sharing” for specifically described positions. An example is as follows. Three employees hold the same title, each works 12 hours (combining for 36 hours, which is a full-time status). This must count as one full time position within the Business Plan.

Additionally, Random part-time employees not hired (or plans to hire) for a specific job or …..

2 05/02/20

EB-5 Visa Program and Permanent Residency

By |2020-09-29T08:41:54+00:00May 2, 2020|EB-5 Investor Program, eb-5 program|Comments Off on EB-5 Visa Program and Permanent Residency

Whether you wish to start a new business or expand your current business to the United States, the EB-5 Program brings you numerous benefits. Benefits that are above and beyond the possible green card for yourself, your spouse, and eligible children.

Taking advantage of the EB-5 Program helps with everything from planning and growing your business. Also with ongoing support and guidance throughout the entire process. The process begins with an applicant becoming a conditional two year permanent resident upon I-526 petition approval. Completing the I-526 is the important first step in the EB-5 investor program for Indians.

After two years, the investor can file form I-829 to apply for full permanent residency. Upon acceptance, the investor, spouse, and unmarried children under 21 can permanently live in the U.S.

After five years, they have the option of applying for full U.S. citizenship.

Permanent residents can choose to live and work anywhere within the U.S. they desire. Only those visa or investor visa program investors with funding of $500,000 have a location restriction. …..

23 03/23/20

Advantages of the EB-5 Program Toward Owning A Business

By |2022-03-14T05:16:46+00:00March 23, 2020|EB-5 Investor Program, eb-5 program|Comments Off on Advantages of the EB-5 Program Toward Owning A Business

Whether you wish to start a new business or expand your current business to the United States, the EB-5 Program brings you numerous benefits. Which are above and beyond the possible green card for yourself, your spouse, and eligible children.

Taking advantage of the EB-5 Program

Taking advantage of the EB-5 Program helps with everything from planning and growing your business. Also with ongoing support and guidance throughout the entire process.

From an investment standpoint, the ability to partner with others for $1,000,000 or more and join forces on a much larger investment results in more buying power along with reduced and/or shared responsibilities.

There are some high unemployment areas which allow a reduced minimum amount for new investors (under this program) in half to $500,000. Thus, if you do not have $1,000,000 in available funds, or wish to begin your participation on a gradual basis, there are opportunities to do so.

Our Atlanta EB-5 Regional Center is federally approved (by the U.S. Government) …..

20 01/20/20

How The EB-5 Visa or Investor Visa Program Began

By |2020-09-29T08:31:48+00:00January 20, 2020|EB-5 Investor Program, eb-5 program|Comments Off on How The EB-5 Visa or Investor Visa Program Began

The EB-5  visa or Investor visa program originated from the 1990 U.S. Congressional Immigration Act, which included several major immigration modifications.

Around then, the new arrangement enabled the United States to become a better alternative to similar investment programs offered at that time by Canada and Australia.

Congress included the Immigrant Investor Pilot Program in 1993 to further build interest in the visa programs. This was the beginning of the EB-5 Regional Centers, allowing us to oversee EB-5 ventures and make more employment opportunities.

These corrections changed and updated previous guidelines. With EB-5 or investor visa categories, and different parts of the immigration system.
In the early 1990s, more changes were made due to the findings of poor implementation and fraud of EB-5 investments. In 2003, the U.S. Congress passed the Basic Pilot Program Extension and Expansion Act. This meant that employment eligibility verification was extended and expanded. As well as, requiring the Government Accounting Office (GAO) to further investigate applications. The results of the examination gradually …..