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What is EB-5?

EB-5 is a United States immigrant visa program that allows foreign investors to obtain permanent residency, commonly known as a "Green Card," in the United States by investing in a qualifying commercial enterprise.

The program was created by the United States Congress in 1990 to stimulate the U.S. economy by creating jobs and encouraging foreign investment.

To be eligible for the program, foreign investors must invest a minimum of $800,000 in a qualifying project in a designated Targeted Employment Area (TEA) that meets specific job creation requirements or $1,050,000 anywhere else.

The EB-5 program is an increasingly popular way for high-net-worth individuals and families to obtain permanent residency in the United States.

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