May Update


Why would we change? GreenAccess’ Florida public school projects continue to reliably deliver immigrant investors permanent legal residency as United States Green Card holders.

Our process is proven effective, predictable and reliable. We’ll stick with what works. Successfully immigrate via safe investing.  

I-526 Approvals

In March of this year, thirty-five GreenAccess investors received conditional Green Cards with approval of their I-526 approvals. The six investment projects are Bloomingdale, Galileo, Pinecrest South, Atlantic, Delray and Soho. In April, sixteen more GreenAccess investors obtained conditional Green Cards with Delray, Pembroke Pines, Soho, Mckinley, Galileo and Bloomingdale facilitating their I-526 approvals.

The Projects

First quarter 2018 saw substantial progress on five new Miami and South Florida public schools.

Phase 37: Southland

Phase 38: St. Lucie II

Phase 39: Eureka Park

Phase 40: Galileo II

Phase 41: Avalon Park

Scheduled work begins on Phases 42 – 46 between May and September.

The Schools

In April, the Broward County Cultural Division recognized Phase 22 teacher Marcos Joel Rodriguez, of Avant Garde Academy, as a finalist for its 2018 Arts Teacher of the Year for Music award.

On March 24, the River City Science Academy (Phase 30) Science Olympiad team won first place at the 2018 Regional Science Olympiad, beating out 42 teams to become number one in the state. The team of fifteen 7th – 9th grade students heads to Colorado later this month, representing Florida at the National Competition.

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EB-5 Program Status

While EB-5 programming remains unchanged by Congress through September 2018, the USCIS can and may still implement new regulations increasing the $500,000 minimum investment amount. The time to file EB-5 I-526 petitions is now, while the minimum investment remains $500,000.
Begin the process, now. GreenAccess public school investment projects are open and accepting investors.