The EB-5, Green Card through investment, was created to promote investments in businesses and to create and preserve jobs in the U.S.
You can become a lawful permanent resident by establishing a new commercial enterprise and provide full-time employment to at least ten U.S. citizens, legal permanent residents, or other immigrants with employment authorization
Benefits of the Green Card: EB-5
You have unlimited right to live anywhere in the U.S.
You do not require an employment authorization to accept employment
You can develop and run your own business
You do not need a family member or employer to sponsor you
You can become a U.S. citizen once you have been a permanent resident for more than five years
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Requirements for the Green Card: EB-5
You may be eligible for Green Card through investment by having invested or be in the process of investing the required amount of capital in a new commercial enterprise in the U.S. The investment must benefit the U.S. economy and create ten of full-time jobs for qualified persons within the U.S.
Creating a New Commercial Enterprise
You may create a new commercial enterprise by:
Creating an original business
Purchasing an existing business and simultaneously or subsequently restructuring or reorganizing the business such that a new commercial enterprise results
Expanding an existing business by 140 per cent of the pre-investment number of jobs or net worth, or retaining all existing jobs in a troubled business that has lost 20 per cent of its net worth over the past 12 to 24 months
Investing in a New Commercial Enterprise
You must have invested or be actively in the process of investing
at least $1,000,000 in the new commercial enterprise, unless the investment is to be made in a targeted employment area, in which case the investment must be at least $500,000
Benefit the U.S. Economy and Create Jobs
Your engagement in a new commercial enterprise must benefit the U.S. economy and:
Create full-time employment for not fewer than ten qualified individuals, or
Maintain the number of existing employees at no less than the pre-investment level for a period of at least two years, where the capital investment is being made in a "troubled business," which is a business that has been in existence for at least two years and that has lost 20 per cent of its net worth over the past 12 to 24 months