How It Works

The EB-5 visa for investment program was established by the United States Congress through the Immigration Act of 1990. This visa gives a foreign investor the ability to receive a green card by making an investment in a U.S. business enterprise.

​To obtain the EB-5 visa the individual must invest a minimum of US$900,000 and generate 10 jobs for 2 years. Holders of the EB-5 visa can permanently live and work in the United States together with their spouse and unmarried children under 21 years of age. The EB-5 visa program is operated by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) and investments are made through qualified Regional Centers.


A. ​​Minimum Investment Amount – $900,000 investment in a U.S. business enterprise.
B. Qualified Background – Investor, spouse and children under age of 21 may not be a convicted criminal, must not have committed financial fraud, and must not have violated U.S. immigration law.
C. Source of Funds – Foreign Investor must clearly document the source of funds, such as:

  • Gifts from family members
  • Savings/Income
  • Earnings/Dividends/Profits
  • Real Estate Property sales
  • Loans

Eligibility and Investment Suitability

If you would like to discuss your eligibility and get some information regarding an investment that could be most suitable for you, please complete this short questionnaire and we will contact you.