In accordance with the Immigration Law and Nationality Act (INA, for its acronym in English), there are 10,000 immigrant visas given each year for those eligible persons who wish to obtain permanent residence through a new investment.
Of the 10,000 investor visas ( EB-5 visas) available annually, 3,000 are for those who apply under a pilot program related to a “regional center” designated by the USCIS.
It is an entity, organization or agency that has been approved by the Federal Government. It focuses on a specific geographic area within the United States seeks to promote economic development through increased export sales, improved regional productivity, job creation and increased domestic capital investment.
Foreign investors must:
Demonstrate a minimum investment of US 500,000, and invest in a Regional Center Approved by the Federal Government The investor and his family can live and work anywhere in the United States.
Advantages for the investor:
Residence for the investor your spouse and all children under 21 who are not married unmarried children. Passive investment, does not require management activities everyday by the investor. Educational benefits including admission to universities at the same cost of US residents
No need for sponsorship