When and why was the EB-5 immigrant investor program created?
Created in 1990 as part of the Immigration and National Act (INA), the U.S. immigrant investor program was created to attract non-US citizens to invest foreign capital into the U.S. economy. The program offers expedited immigration to the United States by issuing EB-5 visas in exchange for foreign investment. Those who qualify are eligible to receive a green card for permanent residency.
To learn more about the EB-5 visa program and eligibility requirements, contact the EB-5 lawyers of White & Associates today at 818-730-3540. Successfully applying for a visa can be complicated, but an experienced immigration attorney can make the process much easier.