How to Choose the Right EB-5 Project
Choosing the right EB-5 project is not a task to be undertaken lightly for investors. Although the investment must remain “at risk” and there is no guarantee that the investor will receive the capital investment back, there are still ways in which an investor can reduce the risk of losing their funds.
Investor EB-5 Eligibility: Proving Source of Funds
The U.S. government mandates that your investment into the U.S. must be true and therefore it must be “at risk” as with all investments they must hold a chance for gain and a risk for loss. Another requirement of the program is that the capital investment amount must be obtained from a lawful source and prospective investors seeking to participate in the program must provide documentation proving that the source of their funds was obtained in a lawful manner, meaning that both the source and the path of the funds are lawful.
Updates on Indian Retrogression
The July 2020 Visa Bulletin released by USCIS confirmed that there is no longer any retrogression for Indian nationals. Indian nationals are now current, meaning that those investors who have filed their I-526 petitions and received their approval may now apply to receive their visa and thereafter their Green Cards without any further delays.
The Top Five Key Considerations for EB-5 Investors
The United States EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program provides an opportunity for investors to obtain U.S. permanent resident status with an investment of $900,000 in the United States.
New Rulemaking Brings Significant Changes to EB-5 Program
WASHINGTON—U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will publish a final rule on July 24 that makes a number of
Is buying a slice of the American Pie about to change?
One of the quickest ways to US residency and citizenship for GCC residents, the EB-5 investor visa programme may be on the cusp of a major overhaul