“I invested $1 million three years ago to open a business. The business is going well. Can I apply for EB-5 now based the investment I made? I have the source of funds and investment details well documented. If not, how can I use this existing business to qualify for an EB-5 visa?”

Answer: Yes, you can. As long as you have invested $1 million USD of traceable funds and have created, or are in the process of creating, 10-plus American jobs.

The basic requirements for an EB-5 visa according to USCIS are:

– Investor must independently establish a business OR invest into an existing business which was created or restructured after 19 November 1990.

– The investor is required to invest USD$1,000,000 into the aforementioned business (or USD$500,000 when investing into a USCIS designated regional center).

– The investment must create at least ten full-time jobs for legal U.S. residents or citizens.

For more detailed and comprehensive information on the requirements for an EB-5 Investor Visa, message us on WhatsApp +1(224) 650-4020 or click on this link (https://ellisisland.capital/chat/).

Adapted from: Eb5Investors.com