EB 5 Program – Immigration by Investment
Using the Immigrant EB 5 Investor Visa Program, GreenAccess delivers foreign individuals and their families successful immigration to the U.S. via safe investing in Florida public schools.
GreenAccess defines ultimate success as facilitating clients’ ability to immigrate and remain in the US (including Miami and South Florida) as permanent, legal residents – Green Card holders. GreenAccess’ process melds and maximizes the benefits of both the EB5 loan and equity models.
Key to GreenAccess’ process and our clients’ ultimate immigration success are our Miami and South Florida public school investment projects. By their very nature these projects all but guarantee the removal of conditions – the final and most difficult hurdle in the EB 5 Visa Program process.
Education is one of the main, if not the main, motivations for individuals and families seeking permanent, legal residency in the U.S. GreenAccess brings its clients’ investment projects completely in line with their EB 5 immigration goals.
Many outwardly similar services tout forecasted return on investment. GreenAccess focuses on Return Of Investment following clients’ successful immigration to the U.S. GreenAccess touts its 100% client compliant success rate and the more than 300 individuals and their families now living in the U.S. Currently, there are more than 700 individuals in various stages of the GreenAccess process.
USCIS published a final rule on July 24, 2019 that makes a number of significant changes to the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program. It’s the first significant revision of the program’s regulations since 1993. The final rule will become effective on Nov. 21, 2019.
Tomorrow, Wednesday, July 24th, the final EB-5 program regulations are scheduled for publication in the Federal Register. The new rule goes into effect November 21, 2019. Investment amounts increase from $500,000 and $1,000,000 to $900,000 and $1,800,000 respectively.
The USCIS published proposed rule changes for the first time in the Federal Register. This was back in January of 2017. Final regulations passed June 27, 2019. They have been released to USCIS for final publication, the last step before these new regulations become governing law.