Investment Immigration

The EB-5 green card allows foreign investors to immigrate to the U.S. through a qualifying investment in a project that is located in the U.S. and create U.S. jobs. The required minimum investment amount is currently $800,000 or $1,050,000 (depending on the location of the project) in a U.S. enterprise that must create ten (10) jobs for the U.S. workers. While certain investors with exceptional entrepreneurial skills choose to make an investment as a standalone EB-5 investor (I-526) through their own direct EB-5 project, most of our investor clients choose to invest through the Regional Center sponsored projects (I-526E), which can pool the large sum of investment from multiple different EB-5 investors, without having to develop their own project.

In addition, all foreign investments used for the EB-5 project must come from a lawful source and transferred through a lawful path. Our attorney, Evelyn Moon, is highly experienced in analyzing and designing the unique source of funds strategy and preparing a thorough source of funds report for our clients.