Immigration Attorneys for EB-5 Investors

Help for Foreign Investors

With recent changes to U.S. immigration laws, it is becoming increasingly more difficult to live and work in the United States. As such, finding a path to permanent residency and U.S. citizenship can be a complex challenge.

While immigration may be available to some through a family member or work sponsor, many individuals simply do not have a viable source of family or employment-based immigration. For individuals seeking an alternative solution, investment-based immigration may be the answer.

Immigration Through Investment

If you have one million dollars to invest you may be eligible to receive an EB-5 investor visa. In some cases, an investment of a half-million dollars may be all it takes to find your path to permanent residence, if the investment enterprise is located in a targeted employment area (TEA).

With the EB-5 program, foreign investors may be eligible to obtain permanent residency by investing in a USCIS designated regional center. The foreign investor has the opportunity to choose from many different regional centers across the country, most of which offer a variety of incentives.

With an EB-5 visa, you can legally live and work anywhere in the U.S. You may also petition to bring your immediate family to the U.S. Note: You and your family must meet certain requirements for an EB-5 visa, and each family member’s eligibility will be determined on an individual basis.

Immigration Attorneys for EB-5 Investors

Immigration attorney Larry J. Behar has personally helped thousands of immigrants and non-immigrants of more than 35 different nationalities. He is multi-lingual and his office utilizes the service of interpreters for every language. He assists clients in a wide range of immigration matters, including:


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