Our projects will provide foreign investors with both profits and green cards for their families. Our investment projects are from both government and private companies. Customers will have an option to choose their investment project. Please contact us for more details.
An investor can receive either a green card alone or along with the spouse and unmarried minor children. Aliens must have either already invested or be actively in the process of investing the required amount of capital into a new commercial enterprise established by them. It must further be demonstrated that the investment will benefit the U.S. economy and create the requisite number of full-time jobs for qualified persons within the U.S.
Eligible individuals include those who establish a new commercial enterprise by:
Creating a new business or
Purchasing an existing business with simultaneous or subsequent restructuring or reorganization resulting in a new commercial enterprise;
Eligibility also includes:
Investment of a required amount producing a substantial change.
Examples include but are not limited to:
Expanding an existing business’s number of jobs or net worth by 40 percent
Retaining all existing employees in a troubled business that has suffered a loss of 20 percent of its net worth over the past 12 to 24 months.
Investment in a new commercial enterprise:
At least $1,000,000 (one million dollars), or
At least $550,000 (five hundred thousand dollars) invested in a “targeted employment area”, which is an area that has experienced unemployment of at least 50 percent of the national average rate or a rural area as designated by OMB.
(Investor visas in such category are limited to maximum of 3,000 per year.)
Engagement in a new commercial enterprise:
Create full-time employment for no fewer than 10 qualified individuals that are U.S. citizens, permanent residents, or other immigrants authorized to be employed. This includes individuals other than yourself, your spouse, your sons or daughters, or any nonimmigrant aliens; or
Maintain the number of existing employees at no less than the pre-investment level for a period of at least two years. The capital investment must be made in a business that has been in existence for at least two years and that has lost 20 percent of its net worth over the past 12 to 24 months.