Live in U.S.A. with your family through the EB-05 – U.S.A. Program for foreign investors
Through programs that aim to increase your savings by receiving foreign investments, many countries have established programs for issuing permanent visas, so that investors and their families may reside in the chosen country, thus providing favorable conditions for the increase of foreign investments for said country.
Specifically in the United States the permanent investor visa program, called EB-5, was created by the U.S. Congress in 1990 in order to facilitate increased investments in the U.S. economy, allowing foreign investors from countries where they live permanently with spouses under age 21 and unmarried children. It is operated by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
To achieve and fulfill the requirements of the EB-5 visa, foreign investors must make an equity investment in a for-profit business entity in the United States. The investment amount required depends on the location and type of business receiving the investment. In general, capital investment must be one million dollars. Investments in economically disadvantaged locations called Targeted Employment Areas (TEA) or in a rural area may be eligible for a reduced level of required investment of 500,000 US$. The EB-5 investments should lead to the creation of 10 American full-time jobs for at least 2 years.
With partner offices located in various cities in the United States, we provide advisory services to people who, as an investor, want to transfer his residence and his family to the United States. The services are directed to guide you in order to find the best strategies to have your investments accepted. Previous studies and analysis of market opportunities elsewhere are included in our recomendations.
We also provide advice on obtaining permanent visas in the following countries: Australia, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, New Zealand, Portugal, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland and England