Every year, the United States offers 10,000 EB-5 immigrant visas meant for alien investors. They are a wonderful option for Mexican nationals wishing to relocate to the U.S.
These individuals, and their immediate family, receive green cards in exchange for investing in a commercial enterprise that creates at least 10 full-time jobs, directly or indirectly.
Everybody benefits. Mexican families that want to move to the U.S. can do so easily, with no employment or education requirements to fulfill, and the American worker has access to more jobs.
However, if you are interested in the EB-5 program, you must act now because the minimum investment you need to make to qualify will be increased dramatically as of November 21, 2019,
Up until now, the potential immigrant must invest at least $1,000,000, or only $500,000 if the investment is made in what is known as a targeted employment area, which encompasses parts of California, Texas, and other states.
In November, the minimum investment that can be made will increase from 500,000 dollars to 900,000 dollars. The non-targeted employment area goes from 1 million to 1.8 million.
The Department of Homeland Security recently announced these new EB-5 regulations. This was the first time that new official rules have been established since the EB-5 program began in the 90’s.
Perhaps investing 500,000 dollars is doable for your family, while investing 900,000 is not. Since the price hike is imminent, it would be wise to get in touch now with a real estate and EB-5 partnership expert, such as Alex Boss.
Boss, who speaks both English and Spanish, may be reached at 310-598-0421. With his trademark clear, concise, no-pressure style, he will describe pre-approved, environmentally-sound investment opportunities in targeted employment areas, and answer any questions you may have, so that you can still invest the current minimum and not a penny more.