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​EB-5 Investment Immigration

​EB-5 Investment Immigration

The EB-5 visa is an investment immigrant visa in the United States. This project allows foreign citizens to obtain permanent resident status in the United States by investing in American companies to create jobs. Applicants need to invest between $500,000 and $1 million and create at least 10 full-time jobs. After successful application, EB-5 visa holders can permanently live and work in the United States with their spouses and children under the age of 21. The EB-5 visa program, also known as the Employment Fifth Preference Employment Immigrant Visa, is administered by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).

The EB-5 visa program is a convenient channel with the shortest review time and the least restrictive conditions among all current immigration categories. Foreign citizens obtain green cards by investing in U.S. businesses. Visa holders can live and work permanently in the United States with their spouses and children under the age of 21. During the period of holding a green card, investors can freely enter and exit the United States without the trouble of "immigration prison". EB-5 applicants do not have any business background, academic qualifications or language restrictions. They only need to provide legal means to prove the source of investment funds. Investors must invest the specified investment amount when applying for immigration.

​Application Conditions

No language, no academic qualifications, no business background requirements, no mandatory residence requirements, no waiting list, as long as the applicant has proof of the legal source of the investment amount.

​Investment requirements

The minimum investment threshold for investments in government-identified target employment areas is US$800,000, and for non-target employment areas it is US$1.05 million.

Legal source of funds requirements

Legal sources can be: real estate mortgages, salary income, gifts or inheritances from relatives and friends, real estate sales, stock and securities transactions, legal company dividends, etc.

Age requirements for accompanying children

Must not be over 21 years old. (This is the CSPA legal age when obtaining an immigrant visa or adjusting status, not the actual age)

​Age requirement

The applicant must be over 18 years old and have no criminal record


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