The coronavirus has caused a dramatic shift in day-to-day life. For investors who are interested in potentially moving to the United States, the question at the top of their minds is surely how coronavirus is affecting EB-5, now as well as in the future.
It’s natural to believe that regional centers are motivated to succeed when they’re investing in the project alongside the regional center, and this is correct. Oppositely, a regional center that is not also the developer can still make money even if the project itself fails.
As the fastest growing regional center in Texas with nearly a billion dollars of projects under its belt, Houston EB5 is not only able to demystify wrong information about why EB-5 has such a bad reputation but explain what makes the program so powerful for both investors and the future greatness of America.
Last week’s announcement from President Trump to suspend parts of the U.S. immigration system has raised a series of questions for potential immigrant investors. While the initial announcement indicated it was a broad ban, further explanation indicates it does not apply to all immigration to the United States. For EB-5 investors, this is good news. At this time, EB-5 immigration visas are unchanged. Anyone who wishes to qualify for lawful permanent residency through the EB-5 program is still eligible to Read More
Under the investment based EB5 visa, dependent family members of the principal applicant are eligible for conditional green cards. For this purpose, dependent family members include spouse and unmarried children under the age of 21 years. Eventually, these family members can get a permanent resident status by filing an I-829 petition for the removal of the conditions on their residence. However, a reasonable concern for many qualifying dependents is what happens if the principal EB5 applicant dies during the process? Read More
The United States EB 5 visa, employment-based fifth preference category or EB-5 Immigrant Investor Visa Program was created by the Immigration Act of 1990. The program offers many benefits, which made the program very popular among affluent aspiring immigrants. One benefit of the program is that it doesn’t require any particular education level or occupation. But what does that mean? In short: You don’t need a sponsor or self-petition to qualify for the program. Hence, it renders a Permanent Labor Read More
The developer behind Houston’s most anticipated hotel and condo project, talks luxury, location and lifestyle. DC Partners CEO, Roberto Contreras shares why The Allen is changing the way Houstonians think about high rise living. From masterfully designed indoor and outdoor spaces, to luxury conveniences and modern technology, to a home fit for Fido, The Allen has it all – including room service! Location. Location. Location. The Allen is the best of Houston in one place. It is where the Read More
Getting a permanent US residence is no easy feat. Foreign nationals make a considerable investment to secure a green card and their future through the EB 5 visa program. After that, those applying for the EB 5 visa have to maintain lawful permanent residency (LPR) for a minimum of five years to be eligible for US citizenship. The process is neither fast nor easy. Applicants have to fulfill many requirements before they can qualify for US citizenship. An LPR ensures Read More
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The EB5 immigration visa is popular among foreign nationals looking to relocate to the United States. But, stringent regulations and recent changes in the EB 5 program have increased the plight of many investors leading to I-526 denials. The I-526 petition (filed by the immigration attorneys) demonstrates that the investor has filed, and is in the process or has already invested the required amount of lawful capital in an acceptable EB-5 project. While most denials are due to insufficient evidence Read More