Public school is free for U.S. citizens, including grammar school and high school. Attending high school in the U.S. is especially helpful regarding college and university applications, aside from financial considerations.
Language is another important consideration. U.S. colleges and universities generally require proof of proficiency in the English language. A student attending at least two years of American high school does not have to undergo an ESL exam in most cases.
University financial benefits for EB-5 Investors.
Visa or investor visa program participants also gain financial benefits. U.S. residents receive lower tuition costs at state universities. Such savings currently average approximately $15,000 per year.
The EB-5 visa or investor visa program applicant can choose the state their investment will be located in.
Since various colleges and universities offer different areas of expertise, this could be a difference-maker. An applicant could select a location beneficial to the proposed investment along with the education of one or more children.
Some states require the student and/or parents to reside in the state of the desired university for at least one year in order to qualify for the reduction. Depending upon the age of the oldest or only child, this could be part of the advance research.
The educational process for children of the investor is (likely) not a part of the Business Plan. However, it can be part of a family success plan while researching the EB-5 investor program for Indians.
For more information regarding the Atlanta EB-5 Regional Center Children Education Program, we have provided these links: