Handling EB-5 Immigrant Investor Visa Issues
EB-5 Immigrant Investor visas are among the most interesting of all business-focused visas. Unlike the E-2 investor visa which requires a treaty of foreign commerce and friendship between the U.S. and foreign national's home country, the EB-5 enables people from any country (including China, India, Brazil, Russia and Venezuela) to immigrate to the U.S. provided they have the required funds to invest here in a business enterprise to create jobs in America and stimulate the American economy.
- Regional center program: Under this program, foreign investors who invest $500,000 or more in economically challenged U.S. regions qualify for immediate immigration to the U.S. together with their families. They will be issued conditional green cards that are valid for two years and eligible to have the conditions removed at the of the two year period if all requirements are met.
The Benefits of Hiring Our Miami Immigrant Investor Visa Lawyers
If you are interested in pursuing an EB-5 investment visa, the Miami law firm of Weiss, Alden & Polo, P.A., can provide experienced and diligent legal representation. When you choose Weiss, Alden & Polo, P.A., you choose an attorney team that:
- Practices immigration law exclusively
- Has a combined six decades of immigration law experience
- Will help you through the immigration maze
- Will provide you with zealous representation
To qualify for an EB-5 visa you must demonstrate your investment choice in one of approximately 200 currently pre-approved Regional Centers. The EB-5 Immigrant Visa program can become complicated. Common EB-5 issues include proof of availability of funds, the source of funds, and financing strength and viability of the regional center.
If you have EB-5 investment visa questions, contact one of our two offices for a free initial office consultation with our experienced Miami EB-5 investment immigration attorneys. Our practice is solely dedicated to immigration issues, so we are intimately familiar with helping people utilize the EB-5 in order to gain entry into the United States and use this option to pursue a permanent green card and citizenship.
Contact Weiss, Alden & Polo, P.A., for immigration law representation. We speak Spanish, Portuguese, French, Italian, Swedish and Finnish and operate two offices for our clients' convenience, in Miami , Florida. We off free initial office consultations and also accept all major credit cards. To contact us, Please call us at 305-358-1500 or at 561-393-7400.
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