Path to the US Citizenship through purchase of real estate in Florida
By investing in our properties you and your family will qualify for EB-5 Visa, which turns the clients investment into a pathway to permanent residency in the United States. This is how it works:
- You and your family can now acquire rights to a permanent US residency once an investment of at least $500,000 is made in a specially targeted employment area.
- Purchasing a condominium in a pre-qualified property in exchange for a guaranteed investor / Employment creator visa, otherwise known as EB-5 Green Card.
- The team from Blue Road Real Estate will help to identify, underwrite and properly structure EB-5 compliant projects to facilitate a positive visa application outcome.
- Our strict investor relation policies provide complete transparency. Offering potential investors a first-class service that's on par with the services usually granted to the most demanding, high-end institutional stakeholders.
Benefits of the EB-5 Program
In comparison with the other employment and family-based Green Card categories, the EB-5 program offers an expedited way for qualified foreign investors to obtain an US Green Card and US citizenship.
- Foreign investors do not need sponsorship from an employer or family member.
- There are no language, business, or education requirements for applicants.
- Investors who receive a Green Card through the EB-5 program are permitted to work and live anywhere in the US.
- Investors who receive a Green Card can travel to and from the United States without a visa.
- After establishing residency in the United States, investors and their children may be able to pay lower college and university tuition rates than foreign students
EB-5 Real Estate Investor Eligibility Requirements
For over twenty years, foreign investors and their families have been obtaining permanent residency in the United States through the 5th Employment-Based Preference (EB-5) visa program.
To qualify for the EB-5 program, a foreign investor must invest at least $500,000 in a new commercial enterprise located in a Targeted Employment Area (TEA), which is defined as a rural location or a location experiencing an unemployment rate that is at least 150% of the national average. If the new commercial enterprise is not located within a TEA, then the threshold investment amount is $1,000,000. Regardless of the minimum investment amount, the investment must be shown to create or maintain at least ten direct, indirect, or induced jobs within the vicinity of the project.