Applying for an EB-5 visa

| Jan 20, 2017 | Employment Immigration |

From tourist visas to H1-B visas, people decide to enter the United States for a multitude of reasons. If you are an investor who hopes to relocate to the U.S., you may be interested in obtaining an EB-5 visa. Whether you plan to invest in a Miami venture, or any other business in Florida, it is vital to approach the application process correctly. At Cuevas, Garcia & Torres, P.A., our law firm understands how complicated the process may seem.

In order to secure an EB-5 visa, you will need to invest at least $500,000 into a U.S. business which participates in the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ regional center pilot program, or $1 million into another American business. Whether you intend on moving to the U.S. in order to oversee a business you will be investing a significant amount of money in or hope to move your entire family to the country, it is crucial to make sure that you understand the requirements.

When applying for an EB-5 visa, or any other type of visa, you should be thoroughly prepared. Sometimes, making sense of the laws and understanding the various requirements can be challenging, especially for those who are dealing with stress or uncertainty related to making a significant investment. From filling out all visa-related paperwork properly to assessing a business prior to investing, there are a number of ways that you can work towards a successful outcome.

On our EB-5 visas page, you can access more information related to U.S. immigration and investors.

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