Make your next U.S. visit permanent

Obtain a green card and enjoy a majority of the same rights as citizens, including the ability to work, live and own a business anywhere in the country. U.S. citizenship can be obtained in as few as five years after becoming a permanent resident. More info

Higher education benefits

Permanent residents of the United States generally benefit from lower tuition at colleges and universities whose strong research and funding rank them among the most prestigious in the world. More info

Enjoy an unmatched quality of living

United States residents generally enjoy personal freedom, medical care, a supportive business environment, and one of the world’s highest standards of living.

A Global Business Leader

Boasting one of the world’s strongest economies and a highly skilled, educated workforce, the U.S. offers residents unrivaled opportunities to achieve financial success. More info

    The EB-5 Program

    The United States federal government created the EB-5 program (also known as the Employment Creation Immigrant Visa or Immigrant Investor program) in 1990 as a tool to promote foreign funding and economic growth in the U.S. The program helps create jobs for American workers while affording eligible foreigners the opportunity to become permanent U.S. residents. The program is one of the most flexible immigration programs in the world. In October 2012, the EB-5 pilot program was extended for three years, until September 30, 2015. At that time, it may be further extended or potentially expire.

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    Explore South Florida

    The state of Florida's Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties offer an array of business, entertainment, health care and education opportunities. The weather is pleasant year-round and the region, long known as the Gateway to the Americas, provides quick and easy access to Latin America, the Caribbean and just about anywhere in the world.

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    The EB-5 program continues to be a hot topic for media around the world. News reports focus on the various positive aspects of the program – both as a job creation vehicle and as an opportunity for foreign nationals to obtain a green card.

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