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EB-5 Program Step by Step

Empower Your Journey to U.S. Residency: Discover the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program and Transform Your Investment into a Permanent Home for Your Family

History & Overview

Congress created the Employment-Based Fifth (EB-5) immigrant investor green card program in 1990. The purpose of the EB-5 program is to encourage immigrants to invest in, or manage, U.S. companies that benefit the U.S. economy.

If you wish to immigrate to the U.S. and are willing to invest $800,000, you and your family (spouse and any unmarried children under 21) can receive a “conditional” green card good for two years.

After two years, if you have maintained the investment and created at least ten jobs, the conditional status is removed and you become a “permanent” green card holder, eligible for U.S. citizenship.


Deposit $800,000 USD and Administrative Fee in escrow

I-526E Approval Process

U.S. Immigration Attorney submits Form I-526E to the U.S. Government

Conditional Green Card

Form I-526E approval

I-829 Approval Process

Submit I-829

Green Card

Form I-829 approval
Your "Conditional" status is removed

Option For Citizenship

Option for Citizenship or keep the Green Card

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