United States of America

The United States of America is the world’s largest economy as measured by nominal Gross Domestic Product and is considered as the sole global superpower. The country is the fourth largest in the world in terms of land area and comprises 50 states. The U.S. flaunts being the most popular destination for business immigrants due to the copious availability of economic opportunities there. The population of the country is multicultural, multiethnic and diverse, and the U.S. Dollar is a global default currency.

USA Citizenship

Benefits of usa citizenship

  • Low investment requirement of $500,000 USD
  • No English language requirement
  • No minimum education requirement
  • No management experience requirement
  • Allows for dual citizenship
  • Live, work or retire anywhere in the United States
  • Physical presence expected only three to four months per year in the United States
  • Residency for entrepreneur and family (spouse & unmarried children under the age of 21)
  • Investment can come from gift, loan, inheritance, business ownership or any other lawful activities
  • Eligible for U.S. citizenship (U.S. Passport) in only five years.

USA EB5 Program

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) can issue residency to a foreign investor (plus spouse and all unmarried children under 21) if he personally invests $500,000 into a qualified American business that will benefit the U.S. economy and create at least 10 full-time jobs for American workers. The United States offers two different types of EB-5 visa options. The first option is for the traditional small-business entrepreneur. The second option, which is the most popular, is for passive investors called “Regional Center.”
The EB-5 visa, employment-based fifth preference category or EB-5 Immigrant Investor Visa Program, created in 1990 by the Immigration Act of 1990, provides a method for eligible Immigrant Investors to become lawful permanent residents by investing at least $1,000,000 to finance a business in the United States that will employ at least 10 American workers.”
Most immigrant investors who use the EB-5 program invest in a targeted employment area (TEA) — a rural area or area with high unemployment — which lowers the investment threshold to $500,000. The EB-5 program is intended to encourage both “foreign investments and economic growth”. Applicants have the choice of investing individually or they can choose to work through a “larger investor pool via regional centers (RC)” which is federally approved third-party intermediaries that connect foreign investors with developers looking for funding. If an EB-5 investment is made in a regional center, the jobs may be created indirectly through economic activity, as opposed to a direct investment, where the investment vehicle must directly employ the 10 U.S. workers.

The advantages of the EB-5 Regional Center program are many, and include the following:

Typically, the minimum investment requirement is $500,000 – the lowest amount allowed under the law.
You do not have to work at or manage the project that you invest in – this means you are entirely free to pursue any interest or activities you want (such as retirement, school, travel, or even start your own business that is totally unrelated to your immigration).
You can invest into an existing business or project – meaning you do not need to create or manage your own business.
You do not need to create 10 new, direct employees – this is a very important distinction. Instead, you have the relaxed requirement that gives job creation credit for both direct and indirect jobs resulting from the operation of the business and even from construction activities.

Qualifying Criteria

  • The applicant must be at least 21 years of age.
  • He must provide proof of net worth and lawful source of assets.

Basic Requirements for an EB-5 Visa

  • The foreign applicant must independently establish a business OR invest into an existing business which was created or restructured after 19 November 1990.
  • The investment must create at least ten full-time jobs for legal U.S. residents or citizens.
  • The foreign investor is required to invest USD $1,000,000 into the aforenamed business.
  • USD $500,000 is the required amount when investing into a USCIS designated regional center.
  • The investor needs to provide a comprehensive evidence that the investment funds used for the same are lawfully obtained.
  • Create or preserve 10 permanent full-time jobs for qualified USA workers

After the successful applicants have received a green card, the funds must stay invested until permanent resident status is granted (roughly five years). Approved applicants will receive conditional green cards for a period of two years. The conditions on the green card are then removed at the end of the two years upon demonstrating to USA immigration authorities that the jobs were in fact created or maintained. The transition from conditional to regular green card does not affect what the green card holder can do in the USA. Individual applicants must have a net worth of over USD 1 million and provide proof that their funds are acquired through legal sources. They must intend to reside in the USA for an adequate period of time to maintain their green cards (for example, enter the USA at least once every 180 days) and maintain ties with the USA.

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Stages of USA citizenship By Investment

Stage 1

The Immigrant Petition by Alien Entrepreneur, referred to as I-526 petition, is prepared and submitted to USCIS (U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services). The Regional Center is responsible for providing all relevant information pertaining to the Investment Project to the investor’s attorney, and it is essential for obtaining approval of the initial I-526 petition that the investment funds were legally earned. It generally takes approximately 3-4 months for the I-526 petition to be adjudicated. The processing time can vary from one Regional Center to another, if USCIS has doubts and/or additional questions about a given Regional Center or project.

Stage 2

Applying for Permanent Residence (2-Year Conditional Green Card): When the I-526 petition is approved, investors have the option of adjusting their status to permanent residence in the U.S., if they are already living in the U.S. on non-immigrant visa status. If they live outside the U.S., they must complete the immigrant visa process through the U.S. consulate. Adjustment of status in the U.S. generally takes 6-12 months or more, while immigrant visa processing through the consulate takes about 4-6 months. Once either of these two processes is completed, the investor will have obtained a two-year conditional permanent residence.

Stage 3

Removal of Conditions (Applying for the permanent green card): During the final 90 days of the two-year conditional residence period, the investor must file the Petition by Entrepreneur to Remove Conditions, referred to as I-829 petition, to remove the condition from his/her permanent residence. As part of that process, we must show that the investor has maintained the investment, and we must present a tangible proof to USCIS from the Regional Center that it has brought about
the creation of at least 10 jobs per immigrant investor, as presented in the I-526 petition. The number of jobs created is calculated with the help of an economist’s model, and consists of a combination of direct, indirect, and induced jobs. This process currently takes 6-12 months.

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Citizenship Requirements

Investors who have lived in the U.S. for at least 50% of the time in the past five years after receiving their Green Card, maintained a clean criminal record and have acquired knowledge of the rights and responsibilities of citizenship, as well as an understanding of US history, values, institutions and symbols are eligible to apply for Citizenship.

Process Flow

Benefits of USA Citizenship through EB-5 Investor Visa Program

Unarguably, this is the prime goal of the majority of foreign investors who apply for an EB-5 visa. The visa permits the investor, their spouse and all unmarried children under the age of 21, a legitimate path to live, work, and study in the U.S.

In many cases, the EB-5 visa can facilitate the path to permanent residence faster than other types of visas and green cards. Additionally, immigrants with an EB-5 visa may be eligible for citizenship in as little as 5 years after achieving permanent resident status.

An EB-5 visa investor essentially acts as his own sponsor. There are no requirements outside the investment in an American business. Neither do they need to be sponsored by any American and group nor do they need to qualify for any level of language proficiency

Though the investment’s chief purpose is providing the investor with an entry and residency to the U.S., the right investment can also lead to profits and further income for the applicant.

Investors have the option to live and work in any place of their choice. Other types of visas, on the other hand, have much more stern requirements, which visa holders must abide by or lose status.

The EB-5 investment visa allows the children of the foreign investors to enroll in school, with access to the same education and higher education as much as a normal U.S. citizen enjoys. This includes access to public and private high schools, college, and graduate schools (including medical school or law school). After their education is completed, children have access to the same professional opportunities as any other child in the U.S.

There are many delays and backlogs for employment and family based green card categories. Contrary to this, there is no backlog for the EB5 Visa Investor category while as many as 10,000 of such visas being issued annual to investors around the world.

After the I-829 ‘removal of conditions’ approval, the EB5 investor and qualifying family members then receive permanent US residency without the need to continuously meet a qualification criteria Like other category visas.

Most regional centers are limited partnerships, if the petitioner is a limited partner under the Uniform Limited Partnership Act, the investor will be considered sufficiently engaged in the management of the enterprise to satisfy USCIS requirement which states that investors should be engaged in the management of the enterprise as opposed to maintaining a purely passive role.



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