Read our weekly roundup to learn about the latest news in immigration and business this week.
On Friday, August 30th, Hassan Elkhalil went live on our Facebook page to discuss the new changes to the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program coming in November 2019.
Our third post in a series on the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program covers the differences between the direct vs indirect investment pathways.
As a companion to our June Facebook Live, this post collects several helpful resources for those who want to learn more about the various ways to immigrate to the United States.
As our second post in a series on the EB-5 Program, today we will give a brief overview of the 5 main steps in the EB-5 process.
The first post in a series on the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program.
Most visitors to the United States are destined for theme parks, bit cities, or to visit family. Such visits usually only require a simple only application be filed before flying to the U.S. for the visitor to receive their visa. However, for those who wish to travel to the U.S. to do business, they are required to obtain a business visa first. There are several types of business visas available, and it is important to understand which one you might qualify for, so you can expedite the process by only applying for the right visa.
The U.S. offers a unique pathway into the country that not many other countries share: The Immigrant Investor Program (EB-5 Program).
For many years, the U.S. saw more immigrants from Mexico than from any other country, which has caused widespread debates in U.S. politics. However, since 2005. the number of immigrants from Mexico has decreased by nearly two-thirds. By contrast, the number of immigrants from China and India has been on the rise.
The controversy over United States businesses sending jobs overseas and denying those jobs to Americans is well known. However, there are instances where citizens from other countries have the ability to bring their business and jobs, to the U.S. The EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program is designed to accomplish just that while also offering the foreign national access to a visa.
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