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A primer for foreign investment strategies to earn Immigrant Status under EB-5 conditions.

A primer for foreign investment strategies to earn Immigrant Status under EB-5 conditions.

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  • 1. Present at AILA Las Vegas, June 2009 Produced by: USAdvisors.org
  • 2. The Regional Center Investment Program does not require that the foreign investor's enterprise itself directly employ 10 U.S. workers. Instead, it is enough if 10 or more jobs will be created directly or indirectly as a result of the investment. The Regional Center Investment Program aids foreign investors by directing and professionally managing their investment in the designated business and geographic focus of their Regional Center. A Regional Center obtains its designation by submitting a detailed application to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). The application must state: (1) the kinds of businesses that will receive capital from investors; (2) the jobs that will be created directly or indirectly as a result of the investment of capital; and (3) the other positive economic impacts that will result from the investment of capital. Once USCIS has approved a Regional Center application, an investor seeking an EB-5 green card through the Regional Center Investment Program must make the qualifying investment (i.e., $1 million or $500,000) within an approved Regional Center. However, the requirement of creating at least 10 new jobs is met by a showing that as a result of the new enterprise, such jobs will be created directly or indirectly. Before an investor can participate in a Regional Center EB-5 investment program, each investor must independently petition USCIS for an EB-5 visa. USCIS solely determines whether the investor qualifies for the EB-5 visa. USCIS' diligence includes a detailed review of the sources of the investor's funds, family history, and other representations of the head of household and his immediate family member under the age of 21.
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