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If you are interested in coming to the United States as an investor or to start a business, you can be eligible for the EB-5 Visa. This particular visa process can be convoluted and take some time to effectively file for the visa. Having the help and guidance of an experienced EB-5 visa lawyer in Coral Springs can be beneficial to helping you start your enterprise. Guerra Sáenz, PL has handled over 1,000 cases and is a board certified in immigration.
When it comes to the EB-5, the project that you will be investing in must meet the program's requirements. When choosing an investment, make sure to consider the outcomes: getting a green card and if it is likely if your capital will be returned in a timely manner.
If you are unsure if you qualify, do not hesitate to reach out to the experienced EB-5 attorneys in Coral Springs at Guerra Sáenz, PL. We serve clients throughout Hollywood, Miami, and beyond.
A “commercial enterprise” an activity that is for-profit and the enterprise falls under these requirements:
Examples of commercial enterprises of lawful business include, but are not limited to:
To start your process of obtaining an EB-5 visa, you will need to file an I-526 form. This form is also known as a Petition for Alien Entrepreneur form. If your form is approved, you will then need to file a DS-260 or Application for Immigrant Visa and Alien Registration to receive an EB-5 visa. Should you receive the EB-5 visa, you can file to remove the conditions of your residency with an I-829 after a year and 9 months.
To ensure that there are no delays with your application, be sure to work with a skilled EB-5 attorney in Coral Springs at Guerra Sáenz, PL.
Altogether, it may take several years. The processing time for the Form I-526 is one to two years, however, an expedited petition may be processed in six months. After the I-526 is approved, you may apply for conditional permanent residency in two ways:
If you go through adjustment of status, it may take about 14 months to be processed. Through DS-260, it may take up to 15 months to complete. After either of these are approved, you will receive a green card with a 2-year conditional residency period.
At Guerra Sáenz, PL, we are a highly reputable law firm that has helped many clients file successful applications. While we have been recognized for our work by the National Association of Distinguished Counsel, our clients still work directly with our immigration attorney. This allows for our clients to receive personal service and insight throughout the entire process. Our EB-5 attorneys in Coral Springs will work to keep you in formed throughout every step of the way!
Call us at (888) 936-3228 to learn how our Coral Springs EB-5 visa attorney can help you! Our services are available in English and Spanish. Reach out to us today.