Reference Checklist

The following 10-step reference checklist provides every GreenAccess client a roadmap of the important milestones. GreenAccess also provides clients an easily accessed portal to view real time, the status and progress of their Florida public school investment projects.

Step 1

Read GreenAccess’ Project Prospectus and Offering Memorandum. Understand and weigh both the risks and opportunities inherent to the EB-5 Program and GreenAccess’ services.

Step 2

Complete Suitability Questionnaire, provide identification and submit documents for application.

Step 3

Within five (5) days, GreenAccess qualifies eligibility. Upon acceptance you are promoted to “Conditional Candidate Partner.”

Step 4

GreenAccess provides an invoice, requiring transfer of $900,000 USD plus $100,000 administrative and applicable USCIS filing fees.

Step 5

Investor transfers $1 million USD into an Escrow Fund Account at a U.S. approved bank. Also signs the Subscription and Partnership Agreement and any other required documents.

Step 6

GreenAccess assigns you to your legal counsel. This experienced immigration attorney prepares and files the Form I-526, Immigration Petition by Alien Entrepreneur, package with the USCIS.

Step 7

Once the I 526 form is approved by the USCIS (after 32 to 52 months), your status is upgraded and the dossier sent to the U.S. embassy in your country of origin to qualify for a Visa Applicant Interview.  In the unlikely event the form I 526 petition is denied by the USCIS, a full $1 million USD is refunded.

Step 8

Once the interview process is completed and positive approval is received, the U.S. embassy issues an immigrant visa for the individual immigrant investor and his or her family members. You may now enter the U.S. via a conditional Green Card, valid for two years.

The individual immigrant investor and his or her family members are now free to live anywhere in the U.S.

Step 9

Twenty-one months after Green Card Issuance, GreenAccess’ Immigration Counsel files Form I-829, Petition to Remove Conditional Status, with the USCIS, seeking permanent resident status (permanent Green Card) for the individual immigrant investor and his or her family.

Step 10

After five years from receipt of Green Card and having been in the U.S. for all of that time (with no lapses), the client and his family may apply for U.S. citizenship.

Successful immigration via the EB-5 Program hinges on the viability of the investment projects.