Specializing in EB-5 Visas
for permanent U.S. residency for foreign investors
The EB-5 Visa is the U.S. Green Card available for foreign investors under the USCIS Immigrant Investor Program. The EB-5 Visa and the Immigrant Investor Program were created by Congress in 1990 to stimulate the U.S. economy through job creation and capital investment by foreign investors.
There are two types of projects eligible for EB-5 Visas:
• Direct Investment EB-5 – projects where the EB-5 investor invests in his or her own business.
• Regional Center EB-5 Investments – projects where the EB-5 investor invests in a project company that is sponsored by a USCIS-approved Regional Center
A comparison of the two types of EB-5 investments is discussed in more detail by clicking here
The EB-5 Visa has three substantive basic requirements:
The process for obtaining an EB-5 Visa requires 3 basic steps:
For more information on the requirements of EB-5 visas, please click here.
The U.S. government makes available 10,000 new EB-5 visas each year. There has never been a waiting list for EB-5 visas in the past. This means that investors who are approved for an EB-5 visa are able to immediately obtain conditional lawful permanent resident status to the U.S.
For more detailed information on EB-5 visa procedures, please click here.
I.A. Donoso & Associates provide assistance with review and advice regarding eligibility under EB-5 category.
You can schedule a consultation by calling (301) 276-0653, or with our online consultation form.