Investment-Based Green Card Attorney in NJ
Investing in the U.S. for Permanent Residency Status
Since 1987, the Law Offices of Lloyd E. Bennett, Esq., P.C. has successfully resolved over 10,000 immigration cases, helping individuals and businesses with securing visas, green cards, and other vital objectives. We have continued to offer the highest level of legal counsel, founded on decades of knowledge, insight, and experience. Our promise to our clients is to educate them on their application's process, keeping them informed while addressing any concerns or questions they might have.
Are You Eligible for an Investment-Based Visa?
The EB-5 immigrant visa category permits individuals who invest between $500,000 and $1 million into a new commercial enterprise that will create at least ten (10) jobs for U.S. workers. The investment amount will drop to $500,000 if the investment is made into a designated targeted employment area which is an area of high unemployment. A detailed path noting the original source of funds, proof that the funds are “at risk” and proof of job creation is always at issue and requires substantial documentation.
The visa creates a conditional permanent residency for the applicant, spouse, and child who are under 21 that is valid for two (2) years at which point an additional filing is necessary to remove the conditions on residence.
How Long Does It Take To Get A Green Card?
The application process for a green card through investment is different for everyone, however on average, it may take up to 6 months. The application and petition is usually approved within 60 days after they are filed. Be aware that you must wait for USCIS to schedule an interview, which may take some time.
Speak With a NJ Investment-Based Green Card Lawyer Today
If you want legal advice and assistance concerning an investment based application call our immigration law office today and schedule an initial consultation. During this time, we will review your investment and immigration history and decide whether you qualify. Additionally, we will look at your complete immigration history along with the immigration status of your family to determine if there is another path available.
Call (800) 909-8129 or contact our firm for an initial consultation to get answers today. Only an immigration lawyer can provide counsel regarding your case.
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