Investment and Employment Creation: We Can Help
Because the United States wants to support and encourage investment and job creation in the United States, there is a special path for conditional U.S. residency open to those investors.
This is referred to as: EB-5 Employment Creation
What this Means for You
You can obtain conditional residency status if you invest $1,000,000 (or, under limited circumstances, $500,000) in a new commercial enterprise that employs at least ten U.S. citizens or authorized immigrant workers full-time and you engage in the business through day-to-day management or policy formation.
We can assist you in attaining conditional residency, then work to remove the condition so you become a permanent resident (i.e. green card holder) with the right to work and live in the United States forever.
EB-5 Employment Creation Conditional Residence Requirements:
- You must invest in a new commercial enterprise
- Your financial investment must be at least $1,000,000 or
- The investment can be as low as $500,000 if it is in a “targeted” employment area
- Your investment must be at risk
- You must disclose the source of your funds and show that the funds were legitimately obtained
- Note that you can have multiple investors, including investors who are not seeking residency.
o Each investor who wishes to qualify must independently meet the financial and employee requirements.
o All full-time employee positions will be credited to you and any other investor seeking residence.
- You must create full-time employment for at least 10 U.S. citizens or immigrant workers (not including you or your family) within two years.
Where to Get Help
Our immigration attorneys at Geygan & Geygan, Ltd. have helped many people just like you to obtain their conditional U.S. residence through investment and employment creation.
We quarterback a team of knowledgeable attorneys, accountants, and economists to provide the required evidence to obtain your conditional residence, as well as the removal of conditional status.
We focus our practice on immigration law and you can reach us at 513-793-6555 or Thomasjr@geygan.com.
We will gently walk you through the immigration issues and aggressively fight for your legal rights.
Call Geygan & Geygan today: 513-793-6555.