EB-5 US Investor Immigration Advice

EB-5 Program - United States

The US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) administers the EB-5 Program, which allows Investors, their spouses and unmarried childtren under 21 years to apply for a green card (permanent residence) if they:
The EB-5 visa was created by Congress in 1990, as a means to stimulate the U.S. economy through job creation and capital investment by foreign investors. Moreover, In 1992, Congress created the Immigrant Investor Program, also known as the Regional Center Program.

EB-5 Job Creation Requirements

Direct jobs - actual identifiable jobs for qualified employees located within the commercial enterprise into which the EB-5 investor has directly invested his or her capital.

Indirect jobs - those jobs shown to have been created collaterally or as a result of capital invested in a commercial enterprise affiliated with a regional center by an EB-5 investor. A foreign investor may only use the indirect job calculation if affiliated with a regional center.

Capital Investment Requirements

US Dollars Investment - EB-5 Project

The required Minimum Investments are:

EB-5 - Benefits

EB-5 Benefits for Investors

The benefits of investing in EB-5 Projects, as offered by our USCIS approved Regional Centers are:

EB-5 Application Process

EB-5 - Application Process

An application for an EB-5 must comply with the following steps:

1. File Form I-526 - Petition by Alien Entrepreneur. Note that our Regional Centers have a better than 99% approval rate on I-526 petitions, which is significantly higher than the nation USCIS average of 89%.

2. Approval of Form I-526 petition - need to file either of the following:
3. Once the Form I-485 is approved, the Investor and his family will be granted conditional permanent residence for a 2 year period.

4. File Form I-829 - Petition by Entrepreneur to Remove Conditions, 90 days before the two-year anniversary of the granting of the EB-5 investor’s conditional resident status (Green Card).

5. USCIS Approves Form I-829 petition - the conditions will be removed from the EB-5 applicant’s status and the EB-5 investor and derivative family members will be allowed to permanently live and work in the United States.

Four Seasons Hotel and Private Residence, One Dalton Street, Boston (2018 Project)

One Dalton Street, Boston - EB-5 Project    Four Seasons Hotel, Boston - EB-5 Project

What is the Four Seasons Hotel, Boston Project?

Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts is a leading global brand for luxury hotels and residences. Four Seasons operates 99 hotels in 41 countries, and Four Seasons private residences are in 25 locations internationally. Four Seasons’ objective is to be recognized as the company that manages the finest hotels, resorts and residence clubs in any location in which they operate.

The Venture expects that the inherent quality, sophistication and elegance of the Property, when combined with the Four Seasons brand, will result in a hotel attractive to the most discerning guests, and condominium residences attractive to the most discerning buyers.

Benefits of the Four Seasons Hotel, Boston EB-5 Project

City Map of One Dalton Street, Boston - EB-5 Project    Forbes Prize for Four Seasons Hotel - EB-5 Project

One Dalton Street, Four Seasons Hotel and Residences - Job Creation & Economic Analysis

Hotel Room at One Dalton Street, Boston - EB-5 Project    Hotel Pool at Four Seasons Hotel, Boston - EB-5 Project

It is anticipated that the One Dalton Street project will create approximately 4,748 total construction expenditure jobs. This 1.5 times the number of EB-5 jobs needed.These jobs include: both direct and indirect jobs arising in the United States from multi-family residential building construction activity in Year 1; both direct and indirect jobs arising from architecture & engineering services activity in Year 2; and only indirect jobs arising in the United States from sitework in Year 1. As at May 2018, 4,542 jobs have been created, after 2 years of construction. The project is scheduled for completion by December 2018.
Construction of One Dalton Street, Boston - EB-5 Project    Harvard University, Boston - EB-5 Project The economic impact study finds that the Project, through planned construction activity, will result in new and significant economic impacts for the economy within the geographic scope of the Regional Center as follows:
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