About the EB-5 Investor Visa
The EB-5 investor visa is an investment-based visa offered by the United States government that allows foreign nationals to obtain permanent residency for themselves and their eligible dependents through a one-time investment into an approved US-based project. Over the last ten years, the number of EB-5 investment visa applications has skyrocketed, and so has the number of approvals, with over 8,000 approved applications for the last three quarters of 2017 alone. Projects come in various shapes and forms and are in main cities like New York. Click here to see sign up and see current EB-5 Project New York
Approved EB-5 applicants receive conditional permanent residency for themselves and their dependents and are able to apply for an adjustment of status to obtain their permanent green cards two years later. The EB-5 application process is currently the fastest way through which foreigners can obtain permanent residency, with many applications receiving approval in twenty-four (24) months or less. Many other pathways to permanent residency require familial ties or are employment-based and can take upwards of ten (10) years to be processed, making them inaccessible to those who are desirous of immigrating but do not have these needed connections or cannot wait many years for approval.
To read more on the EB-5 program, you can view the US Government’s official website : https://www.uscis.gov/eb-5
With a one-time investment of $500,000USD, you and your eligible dependents can begin the journey towards permanent immigration to the United States. Unlike other visa types, such as work-based or student visas, approved EB-5 investor visa applicants are free to live, seek employment, and pursue educational opportunities anywhere in the United States without restriction.
Interested in learning more about the EB-5 investor visa application and how you can begin your journey towards United States permanent residency? Click here to read more information on the benefits of EB-5 visa for you and your family.
One of the backbones of the EB-5 industry is the requirement to charge administrative fees.
These typically range from $30K to $60K on top of the $500K capital investment. The capital investment must be at-risk at all times, so no expenses can be deducted from that amount.
The reasons for the administration fee are numerous – but deep down, most EB-5 professionals understand it is an unnecessary expense to the investor. An expense that was accepted in the booming EB-5 china industry but is coming into question in 2019.
EB-5 Investments is proud to announce that we are offering various EB-5 projects with $0 administration fees. One of these EB-5 Projects is in New York City.
Purpose of administrative fees
Let’s go back a bit and determine what are the purposes for administrative fees.
The purpose of administrative fees is to pay the expenses incurred in the process of offering the project. These costs include:
– Marketing expenses—cost of attracting investors.
– Administrative expenses—payments to lawyers, economists, and other consultants who help ensure the project is EB-5 compliant.
– Agent commissions—finder’s fees for agents who recruit investors.
These fees are charged by EB-5 regional centers and is unrelated to the initial $500K investment required by USCIS, and do not count toward it.
By working with EB-5Investments.com, the investor can reach out directly to the Regional Center and EB-5 Project. This lets us offer high quality projects, at a rock bottom price!
We have no independent agents.
Our staff conveys the offerings and lets investors make the choice of what project best fits their needs.
EB-5 Project New York
One of our current zero fee EB-5 projects is in the heart of Manhattan just off Times Square, is fully financed (no finance risk), and is fully constructed (no construction risk).
This new project saves investors $50,000 on your EB-5 investment.
We want to change the way people begin the EB-5 process.
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