Embracing the New Era: The EB-5 Immigrant Investment Program Opportunity

EB-5 Investment helps foreign investors obtain US permanent residency, or green cards, through investments in US real estate development projects. To satisfy the requirements of the EB-5 Investment, an EB-5 investor must invest either $800K or $1.05M and create at least 10 new full-time jobs for American workers. EB-5 Investment projects located in Targeted Employment Areas (TEA) qualify for the $800K investment amount, which is the type of EB-5 project our firm has focused on for over 15 years. Our EB-5 Investment detailed below is in full compliance with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service.







This year marks a monumental turning point for the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program, as it witnesses transformative legislative updates for the first time since its establishment in 1990. Designed to empower visionary foreign investors, the Program offers a pathway to U.S. residency by committing to a minimum of $800,000 to a project, catalyzing the creation of no less than ten full-time American jobs. The infusion of over $40 billion in foreign direct investment through EB-5 has not only invigorated the U.S. economy but also generated a remarkable surge of 820,000 job opportunities for the workforce.

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Welcome to the forefront of opportunity. EB-5 Investment stands as your conduit to participatory investment in impactful, job-generating commercial real estate ventures under the esteemed United States Immigrant Investor Program – the EB-5 Investment Visa Program. As a trailblazing pioneer within the realm, our firm proudly boasts a legacy of stewarding nearly one billion dollars of foreign capital across a diverse spectrum of more than 30 transformative EB-5 Investments. Rooted in the dynamic heart of Washington, DC, EB-5 Investment’s unwavering commitment and trailblazing prominence have resonated across borders, engaging investors hailing from over 70 nations. Beyond the gateway to U.S. permanent residency, our offerings extend to encompass compelling avenues of real estate private equity investments and non-U.S. Citizenship by Investment Programs.

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What are the benefits of a U.S. green card?

U.S. green card holders are able to reside, work, and retire anywhere in the United States, lawfully and permanently. Additional benefits include hassle-free entry and exit from the U.S., the ability to apply for federal education aid, and Social Security and insurance benefits. Permanent residents may also sponsor their relatives for green card applications.

What is the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Visa Program and when was it created?

The United States government created the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program in 1990 in an effort to attract foreign investment and boost economic growth. For many years, the EB-5 investment amount was $500,000 for projects located in TEAs and $1 million for non-TEA projects. As of 2022, eligible foreign nationals can invest either $800,000 in a TEA-qualified project or in an infrastructure project, or $1.05 million in a standard investment. When investors demonstrate that their investment has created at least ten jobs for U.S. workers, they may receive green cards for themselves and their families. EB5 Capital offers investment opportunities to meet these criteria.

What is a Targeted Employment Area (TEA)?

A TEA is a geographical area that is considered rural or has an unemployment rate of at least 1.5 times the national average. When EB-5 Visa applicants invest in a TEA, they can invest $800,000 rather than $1.05 million.

What is a designated Regional Center?

EB-5 Regional Centers are organizations authorized by United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to receive and manage EB-5 investor funds. Regional Centers promote economic development and job creation within a specific geographic area.

What are the job creation requirements for EB-5 visas?

Each EB-5 Visa investment must create at least 10 full-time jobs for U.S. workers, lawful permanent residents, or immigrants authorized to work in the United States. Job creation must occur over a period of two years. By pooling funds with other investors in a Regional Center, investors receive the benefit of indirect job creation.

What is the I-526E petition?

The I-526E petition is the initial visa application as part of the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program. Prospective investors and their attorneys file this petition with the USCIS and include documentation demonstrating the investor’s eligibility.

What is the I-829 petition?

The I-829 petition is the final step in the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program. Investors and their attorneys file this petition with USCIS and provide evidence that the investor has successfully fulfilled all of the program’s requirements, particularly that investor funds resulted in the creation of at least ten jobs. Upon approval of the petition, investors and their family members receive permanent green cards.

What is the difference between “conditional” and “permanent” green cards?

The USCIS issues conditional green cards after approval of the I-526E petition. These green cards last for two years. Investors receive permanent green cards upon USCIS approval of the I-829 petition.

What is the most common reason for denial of an I-526E petition?

I-526E petitions are most commonly rejected due to the applicant’s failure to demonstrate that investment funds were lawfully obtained.

Who is eligible to receive a green card upon USCIS approval of an applicant’s application?

Upon application approval, the investor and family are eligible for a green card. This includes the investor’s spouse and unmarried children under the age of 21, including adopted children.

When may investors apply for a permanent green card?

Investors and their attorneys must submit the I-829 petition within 90 days of the conditional green card’s expiration. Upon the I-829 approval, the conditions of the initial green card are removed, and investors and their family members can become permanent U.S. residents.

Are investors with conditional green cards subject to U.S. tax law?

Yes. Green card holders are taxed in the same way that U.S. Citizens are; green card holders are subjected to federal tax on worldwide income as of the date they become residents.


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