The EB-5 Investor Visa

Highly Experienced EB-5 Visa Lawyer in Orlando Helps Foreign Nationals Around the World With Their Visa Application

EB-5 Visa Overview

  • Congress created the EB-5 Program in 1990 to stimulate the U.S. economy through job creation and capital investment by foreign investors. In 1992, Congress created the Immigrant Investor Program, also known as the Regional Center Program. This sets aside EB-5 visas for participants who invest in commercial enterprises associated with regional centers approved by USCIS based on proposals for promoting economic growth.
  • The Eb-5 Visa encourages both foreign investments and U.S. economic growth by seeking individuals to invest substantial amount of money that employs at least 10 permanent full-time jobs in the U.S.
EB5 Visa Attorney in Orlando Helps Investors From Around the World With Their Visa Application

Who is eligible to apply

  • Single or married investors
  • Investing or in process of investing in new commercial enterprise and:
  • Investment meet required amount:
    • $1 million
    • $ 500k in "target employment area”
  • must benefit U.S. economy
  • must create requisite number full-time jobs no fewer than 10 maintain the number of existing employees

Direct Investments

  • Investment amount of $1 million
  • Must be a new business or enterprises that employs 10 more permanent US citizens or Legal Permanent Residents
  • Investment amount of $500,000 permitted but investment and jobs must be in a Target Area of Employment (underemployed areas)

Regional Centers

  • Investment of $500,000
  • Entity, organization, or agency approved by USCIS
  • Center focuses on a specified geographic area
  • Investor acts as lender to the Regional Center
  • Regional Center creates the jobs necessary for the Eb5

Benefits of the EB-5 Visa

  • Immediate conditional residency card upon approval
  • Married persons may be accompanied by family, spouse and unmarried children under the age of 21

Eb5 Frequently asked Questions (FAQ)

  • How long does it take?
    The Eb5 petition is filed on a form I-526, the current average processing time for I-526 petitions is 25-35 months according to https://egov.uscis.gov/processing-times/#mainContent
  • What is the rate of return on the $500,000 sent to the regional center?
    Most regional centers offer a less than 1 % return on the money used for the investment.  The incentive should not be financial in Eb5s, but rather the residency in the US.
  • Will I have a full permanent status after approval?
    No, you will be issued a conditional resident status for two years.  Prior to the two years expiring you will need to seek removal of the conditions.

Experienced with EB-5 Visa Applications

Orlando EB-5 Attorney Nayef Mubarak has successfully represented clients with EB5 visas from across the world.  Attorney Mubarak and his firm only work with regional centers with incredible track records. Here are a few reviews from Orlando EB5 attorney Mubarak’s previous clients:

January 21, 2017

Mubarak Low is the Best

★★★★★ Posted in Google and AVVO by Lotfi SAKLY.
Mr. Nayef Mubarak was like an angel for our family,He is a person who is always willing to go the extra mile. With Mr. Nayef Mubarak,we didn't feel alone during the long and hard time of our immigration process.He was all the time supportive,caring and understanding,He is really an excellent immigration Lawyer and very professional and knowledgeable ,Always returned all my calls and E-mails whenever I had a question or any concern even on his day off.I consider that Mr. Nayef Mubarak is clearly one of the best in the field of immigration based on my family's experience.Can't thank enough ,Mubarak Low is Highly recommended.


June 24, 2016

Immigration

★★★★★ Posted in AVVO by Kalpesh
He is a young and energetic lawyer for immigration matters. He has handled my case for eb5 immigrant and has brought all the approvals before the time. I really appreciate his efforts and the delivery of the job.

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Mubarak Law

Mubarak Law
105 E. Robinson St. suite 307
Orlando - Florida 32801
Tel: 407 502-3000
Fax: 407 650-3308

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