The EB-5 Program
United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) provides eligible investor and family (husband, wife and unmarried children under 21) a Green Card through the EB-5 program.
The program was created by Congress in 1990 to stimulate the U.S. economy through job creation and capital investment by foreign investors.
Each year 10,000 Visas are made available exclusively under the EB-5 Program.
Minimum investment per family of $500,000
Investment has to be from bona fide personal sources
Investment capital has to be long term (usually locked-in for 5 years) and "at-risk" equity investment (usually returned back with modest returns)
Investors receive a temporary green card in 6-9 months per current processing times
Investor family free to travel, live, study and work in the United States
Applicant can apply for a permanent green card in 2 years after meeting with the enlisted requirements prescribed by the USCIS
No educational qualifications or work experience is required
Passive investment - investor is not mandated to run the business which is managed by well established developers
Faster Visa processing times as compared to employment and family sponsored green card applications which typically take 5+ years
Karvy Global - your trusted advisor
Karvy Global acts as an agent facilitating the entire process relating to the issuance of your EB-5 Visa. We will act as a coordinator on your behalf and help you prepare the documentation and deal with Attorneys, Project Developers and compliance with U.S. regulators. We will facilitate and advise you on your investment in a high quality project designated by USCIS and ensure that your family is advised on immigration issues by well-qualified U.S. based law firms.
If you are interested in getting a US Green Card for yourself or family or wish to learn more, a Karvy professional will get in touch with you to arrange a private & confidential meeting.
This website content is for information purposes only and does not constitute an offer to invest. Actual investment offer will be made only to qualified and “accredited” investors through an offering memorandum. USCIS requires that the investment be “at-risk”. While every effort is made to lower the risk, the equity loss may happen. USCIS has discretion on Green Card approval. While every effort is made to lower the risk, in some cases the Green Card can be denied. As of Mar 2013, it is taking around 6-9 months for Green Card processing, but this can change without notice from USCIS.