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Benefits of Getting an EB-5 Visa

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Legal permanent residents admitted through the EB-5 visa program enjoy many of the benefits of United States Citizens. Permanent residency requires no renewal or re-application.

Legal permanent residents admitted through the EB-5 visa program enjoy many of the benefits of United States Citizens. Permanent residency requires no renewal or re-application.

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  • 1. EB-­‐5  Visa  Quick  Tips  From  Which  EB5  –  www.WhichEB5.com  Benefits  of  Getting  an  EB-­‐5  Visa    Legal  permanent  residents  admitted  through  the  EB-­‐5  visa  program  enjoy  many  of  the  benefits  of  United  States  Citizens.  Permanent  residency  requires  no  renewal  or  re-­‐application.  Other  U.S.  non-­‐immigrant  visas,  such  as  E-­‐2  and  H1,  often  never  result  in  permanent  residency,  have  time  limits,  and  require  additional  filing  with  USCIS  the  Department  of  State  and  can  require  travel  to  the  US  consulate  in  your  home  country  every  few  years.  Furthermore,  U.S.  immigration  laws  could  change  and  prevent  future  approval  when  visa  renewal  becomes  due.    Many  consider  the  United  States  a  safe  haven  for  their  family.  Any  member  of  the  family  granted  a  Permanent  Resident  card  can  come  into  the  U.S.  at  any  time  and  stay  as  long  as  they  wish  (subject  to  certain  conditions  regarding  length  of  time  when  they  leave  the  USA).    EB-­‐5  visa  holders  have  constant  easy  access  to  the  United  States  for  personal  and  business  purposes.    Permanent  residents  can  travel  to  the  U.S.  without  the  need  of  a  visa.  (they  will  need  their  permanent  resident  card)  EB5  visa  holders  may  live,  retire  work,  or  own  their  own  business  anywhere  in  the  United  States.    The  U.S.  has  internationally  recognized  colleges  and  universities  for  both  basic  education  and  graduate  study.  These  do  vary  enormously  so  it  is  worth  seeking  professional  advice  on  this  point.  As  a  resident  the  EB-­‐5  visa  holder  can  benefit  from  lower  tuition  costs,  particularly  in  your  state  of  residence.    The  cost  of  living  in  the  U.S.  is  often  considered  lower  than  other  industrial  nations.  Consumer  goods,  services,  and  housing  can  be  considerably  less  expensive  than  comparable  goods  and  services  in  many  other  countries.    Students  in  the  USA  on  an  EB-­‐5  visa  may  work  while  they  attend  college  and  thus  help  to  offset  tuition  costs.  They  may  also  continue  to  work  after  graduation.    The  U.S.  provides  many  financial,  social  and  education  entitlements:  public  schools,  education  and,  after  a  period  of  contribution,  medical  and  social  security  benefits.    The  EB-­‐5  visa  holder  has  the  ability  to  bring  other  family  members  to  the  U.S.  and  obtain  U.S.  citizenship  –  after  5  years.    More  details  on  the  EB-­‐5  visa  and  permanent  residency  are  available  from  EB-­‐5  Visa  Experts  where,  If  you  are  considering  the  EB5  visa  for  your  family,  you  can  get  a  free  evaluation  of  your  case  by  a  leading  immigration  attorney.  

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