The EB-5 visa was introduced by the United States in 1990, to offer US immigration benefits to those who are seeking permanent residence by investment in the US. It is aimed to attract foreign direct investment, which benefits the country by boosting employment and economic growth. For you to become a potential investor, get permanent residency status and obtain a Green Card, you need to meet certain EB5 visa requirements.
The critical immigrant investor program requirements are for you to make an investment in a commercial enterprise that is approved by United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and that creates ten American jobs, directly or indirectly.
In this article, we shall discuss in detail the EB-5 visa requirements and the best practices to adhere to.