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Part 2 – EB5 Green Card Investment

EB 5 Immigrant Investor Program Options

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EB 5 Immigrant Investor Program

The EB5 has Varying Requirements Depending on Your Investment Option

EB5 Green Card Part 2 – Quick Run Through EB5 Green Card Requirements:

Welcome to the Law Offices of Chris M. Ingram. We are delighted that you have joined us for Part 2 in our video presentation series on the EB5 Investment Based Green Card. In this section we’ll take a quick look at the four pathways to EB5 success. Ok, Let’s get started.

Option 1 EB5 Green Card By Investing $500,000 Into a Federally Designated Regional Center (FDRC)

When you invest in a Federally Designated Regional Center, you will have no further responsibility after the investment is made. The FDRC has the responsibility of making sure that your investment is used to create jobs so that you can enjoy your American Dream without the worry of running a business.

EB5 green card investment options

Choosing the Right EB5 Investment Option is Extremely Important

Option 2 EB5 Green Card By Investing $500,000 in Your Own Start-Up Business in a Targeted Employment Area

In order to qualify for this option you must start your business in either a rural area, or a metropolitan area with a high rate of unemployment. This second option is great if you are looking to start a business and you are flexible as to where the business can be located.

Option 3 EB5 Green Card By Investing 1 Million Dollars into Your Own Business

The one million dollar investment opportunity is a great option for EB5 investors who can start or develop their own business. By investing one million dollars you can locate your business anywhere you wish.

Option 4 EB5 Green Card By “The Business Rescue” or “Troubled Business” Program

US Immigration provides incentives and has more relaxed requirements when an EB5 Investor, chooses to invest in a business that is currently experiencing financial difficulties, known as a “Troubled Business.” This type of EB5 investment is beneficial to clients who wish to use their business and financial skills to save an American business without the pressure of creating 10 full time jobs, and the steep capital investment requirements.

Any of these Four Options Could Pave the Way to Your Green Card

Any of these Four Options Could Pave the Way to Your Green Card

Before we close out this presentation, let’s recap.

There are four ways to qualify for the EB5 Investment Green Card: –

  1. Investing $500K in an FDRC
  2. Investing $500K High Unemployment Area
  3. Investing One Million Dollars In Your Own Business
  4. Investing to Rescue a Troubled Business

In the next presentation we’ll discuss the first of the EB5 investment green card options;

1) Investing $500K in an FDRC

Thank you for joining us and we hope you enjoyed this EB5 green card investment presentation.

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