The EB-5 visa is a United States visa created through the Immigration Act of 1990. This visa provides a method for foreign nationals who invest money in the U.S. to obtain a green card.
A majority of immigrant investors (90%) prefer to work through officially designated regional centers, such as McCormick International who partners with the longest running regional center named American Life Inc. This allows investors a much simpler, less expensive and expedited process to obtain green cards. The EB-5 visa program offers several advantages, including the following:
The freedom to live, work, and retire anywhere in the U.S., regardless of the location of your EB-5 investment.
The principal applicant, spouse, and any children under the age of 21 qualify under the same visa application.
There is no requirement to manage daily business operations and employees.
There are no travel restrictions in and out of your home country.
You have equal access to college education at the same cost as in-state residents.
Diversification of your investment portfolio in the U.S.
Currently, there are no visa quota backlogs.
No sponsor is required as in the case of most other employment- or family-based visa categories.
No claim for extraordinary ability or education.
You have the choice to become a U.S. citizen 5 years after you receive a conditional green card.
SERVICES WE DELIVER TO OUR EB-5 INVESTORS Discuss investment opportunities and provide detailed answers in understandable terms.
Support and guide qualified investors through the investment and green card process.
Recommend experienced immigration attorneys who specialize in EB-5 investor visas.
Coordinate the immigration process to maximize your chances of receiving an EB-5 visa approval.
Diligently manage your investment so that it delivers income and long-term growth.
McCormick International partners with you to ensure your comprehensive understanding of EB-5 immigrant program benefits, requirements, and processes. You can trust us to:
To learn more about the EB-5 visa program, please read the Immigration Frequently Asked Questions FAQ.
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