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EB-5 Investor Visa

Congress created the Employment-Based Fifth (EB-5) immigrant investor green card program in 1990. The purpose of the EB5 program is to encourage immigrants to invest in, or manage, U.S. companies that benefit the U.S. economy. 

If you wish to immigrate to the United States of America and are willing to invest $800,000 in designated Targeted Employment Areas (TEAs), which encompass rural and high-unemployment areas, or $1,050,000 if located elsewhere, you and your family (spouse and unmarried children under 21 years old) can receive a "conditional" green card good for two years.
After two years, if you have maintained the investment and created at least ten jobs, the conditional status is removed and you become a Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR - a permanent green card) holder, eligible for U.S. citizenship afterward.

As an EB-5 investor, you may either invest in your own company or invest in qualified projects along with other EB-5 investors.

Green Card

The U.S. Government and Congress have set expectations for USCIS to achieve processing times of no longer than six months and to collect fees sufficient to meet this target.

The approval rate for I-526 petitions generally ranges were 75% to 92% from 2018 through 2020.

 EB-5 investors can expect to receive their EB-5 funds back based on the terms outlined in the operating agreement.

Certain non-immigration visas, such as H-1B and E2 holders in the U.S., can transit to EB-5 to obtain a green card.

The EB-5 Steps to a Green Card

The EB-5 process involves the following steps:

1. Find and select a qualifying EB-5 project.

2. File Form I-526E (Investor petition).

3. Upon your I-526E petition being approved, file Form I-485 (Adjustment of Status, if you are already in the U.S.) or file Form DS-260 (if you are in your home country to receive a conditional green card). 

4. File Form I-829 after One year and Nine months to remove Conditions on permanent residency to get a permanent Green Card.

You will have an option for U.S. citizenship or keep the green card.


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SeaBreezee has the EB-5 visa opportunity to open up a new path to a Green Card to increase your chances of success through due diligence done by a third-party professional research firm. 
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