EB-5 visa application process
Potential foreign investors who want to apply for an EB-5 visa should fulfill the following application process in order to make legal business in the United States along with their families.
Applicants whose “Petition by Alien Entrepreneur” form (I-526) has been approved have to file either Form I-485, DS-230, or DS-260. Investors who have decided to file Form I-485 to bring their derivative family members to the U.S. should wait for approval for their two-year conditional permanent residence. Once the EB-5 visa has been approved, investors should file a Form I-829 at least 90 days before their two-year Green Card period expires in order for them and their family members to possibly be authorized to secure work and live permanently in the United States.
Applying for an EB-5 visa can be a daunting task, especially if you are unfamiliar with the process. If you are eager to make an investment in the U.S. and ensure your loved ones can join you, a lawyer from the [firm-name] may work on your behalf. Find out how we may help you make your exciting venture come true today by calling [phone-number].
Ask A Business Immigration Lawyer
Start your new future in the U.S. now!
Can I Apply for a Green Card on an E-2 Visa?
What is the Difference Between EB1 C and EB 5 Visas?
1920 E Hallandale Beach Blvd Suite 709 Hallandale Beach, FL 33009
Washington DC Office
Dreaming of Living in the U.S.? Our Business Immigration Attorneys Can Help!
Copyright 2023 AmLaw Group - All Rights Reserved | Powered by Advantage Attorney Marketing & Cloud Solutions