EB-3 PROGRAM (UNSKILLED)
The EB-3 Program (Unskilled Workers Category) enables unskilled workers (occupations requiring less than two years’ training or experience) to enter the U.S. as Green Card holders with full-time, permanent employment. An applicant must meet minimum qualification requirements and can include his/her spouse and unmarried children below the age of 21 in the application.
- Applicant must be in good health
- No educational requirements
- No criminal record
- No personal asset required
- No education backgrounds
- Work experience not required
- No language skillstest required
EB-5 IMMIGRANT INVESTOR PROGRAM
EB-5 is currently the fastest way for high net worth individuals to obtain a US Green Card for their family. It was created to stimulate the US economy through job creation and capital investment by foreign investors.
- Your spouse and unmarried children below the age of 21 can be included in your application.
- All investment projects are overseen by a group of highly experienced professionals who will take care of job creation and overall operation. There is no need to actively participate in the management of the business.
- The investment, which is kept in a secured escrow account, will generally be fully returned to you within 4.5 years after you receive your Green Card. It is returned to you immediately if your application is refused.
There is no requirement in terms of business experience, language skill, or education.
Aliens can invest the required amount alone, create the qualifying business with another immigrant investor, or even create the business with US citizens or other people not seeking classification as an immigrant investor.
CONDITIONAL PERMANENT RESIDENT
EB-5 Visa immigrant Investors, their spouses and unmarried children are subject to conditional permanent residence for a two-year period.
The EB-5 alien must file a petition to remove the conditions during a 90-day period prior to the second anniversary of the alien’s lawful admission as a permanent resident.
The USCIS will examine the business at the end of the two-year period to determine whether or not the alien has complied with all of the requirements.