CITINAVI global offers US EB-5 & E-2
The EB-5 visa now costs rich foreigners a minimum investment of $900,000 from 21th November 2019.
That’s up from $500,000, the requirement set in 1993. It’s part of a long-awaited reform.
EB5 REGIONAL CENTER
The Regional Center Program also known as the Immigrant Investor Program requires investment of $1.8 million or a reduced $900,000 if the investment is in a Targeted Employment Area (TEA). This sets aside EB-5 visas for participants who invest in commercial enterprises associated with regional centers approved by USCIS based on proposals for promoting economic growth. In particular the investment must be “at risk” and shown to create 10 full time US jobs for two years. Many of the EB5 projects are real estate related. All such investments are packaged involving minimal investor participation.
Proof of the funds being legally acquired must be given, the investment must be “at risk” and the investor must have no prior criminal record.
EB5 INVESTMENT VISA OPTIONS
We offer a choice of several investment options for the USA EB5 :
New York, Los Angeles, Silicon Valley, Seattle, Washington, Houston, Dalas
GREEN CARD INVESTMENT
The EB5 visa is essentially a green card through investment. Investors are rewarded with a green card (after two years), although these are limited to 10,000 applicants per year with 5,000 of this total reserved for regional centres. Success rates for the Eb-5 can vary and will depend on the investment type, personal situation, legal representation, regional centre and other factors.
CITIZENSHIP BY INVESTMENT
The EB5 is not in itself a citizenship by investment programme. However after obtaining a Green Card applicants can apply for USA citizenship after a period of five years of Permanent Residency. A process known as Naturalization.
FUTURE OF USA EB5
The EB5 programme has been extended by Congress several times in recent years. We advise anyone considering a regional center investment for the EB5 to contact one of our consultants as soon as possible.
Private Placement Risk Disclosures
Common Private Placement & EB-5 Risk Factors
Private placements, including those offered through the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program, are subject to U.S. securities laws and regulations. Private placements and EB-5 offerings have extensive risks and are speculative in nature. Therefore, it is important that anyone considering participating in a private placement or EB-5 offering understand the risks associated with such offerings. Nothing contained in this website should be considered an offer to sell securities. The information contained herein is for informational purposes only. Only a formal, privately distributed offering memorandum and appropriate securities documents, fully executed by an accredited investor, will represent a sale of investment.
Specific risk factors for a private placement will be stated in its private placement memorandum. It is important that anyone considering investing in a private placement fully review and understand the risks associated with such offering. Individuals considering private placement offerings should consult appropriate legal or other professional advice prior to making investment decisions. Note, the content of this Website is provided for general information only to the public and shall not be construed as legal, financial, securities or immigration advice on any subject matter.
Financial Risk Factors
Below are several financial risk factors that are common among private placements and EB-5 offerings. This list is not comprehensive and official offering documents should be reviewed with an appropriate professional prior to making any investment decisions.
Investors may lose their entire investment including additional costs and fees paid
Investment capital is not guaranteed and does not have rights of redemption
Returns are not guaranteed
Investments may not be transferable or may have limited transferability
Investments are usually in an illiquid security
If investment is in a new business enterprise it may have limited or no operating history
Investments may be subordinate to other financing arrangements
Investments might not be secured against an asset or may have limited security
Fraud or misuse of funds may occur
Immigration Risk Factors (EB-5 Offerings)
An investor may be denied a visa for reasons including, but not limited to:
Providing false or misleading information to USCIS or other government agencies
Having certain political affiliations
Having certain medical conditions
Having committed certain crimes or having violated certain rules and regulations
An investor may be denied a permanent visa for reasons including, but not limited to:
Not creating the requisite number of jobs
If the investment was not sustained or at risk during the requisite investment time period
If a material change to the business plan has occurred
An investor’s child may “age out” and become ineligible for a visa under the parent’s application
If regional center designation is revoked
USCIS may revise existing policy that could cause a previously submitted petition to be denied
Congress may substantially change immigration laws and retroactively apply them
Congress may cancel or allow the EB-5 regional center program to lapse
CITINAVI global offers CANADA
NEW 2019 QUEBEC INVESTOR PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS
To qualify as an Immigrant Investor and obtain a Canada Investor visa in 2019 – 2020, you must meet all the following requirements:
The Quebec Immigrant Investor (and spouse) must show a minimum of 2,000,000 $ Canadian in Personal Net Worth (was 1,6 M$ before 2018)
The Immigrant Investor applicant must be a shareholder of a private company since at least 2 yearsor have been one for at least 2 years out of the last 5 years. If the Immigrant Investor applicant did or does not own a company, he/she must have at least 2 years of Management Experience as a paid employee in an admissible company
The applicant must take the Quebec Immigrant Investor the Financing Option and make a 1 time non refundable contribution of 350,000$ Canadian ( was 240,000$ before 2018) including all Government broker fees, OR deposit 1,200,000$ CAD for a period of 5.5 years and receive no interest on the deposit but assume many related costs
Provincial Nominee Program Entrepreneur and Investor Visa Options
The Provincial Nominee Program (PNP) gives every province and territory of Canada the power to invite applicants to come and live in their borders if they have the right skills and work experience. Most of the PNPs have at least one entrepreneur or investor visa category dedicated to people who want to who would like to expand or start their business in Canada. Want to know more about each province’s requirements?
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