The E-2 Investor Visa allows an individual to enter and work in the United States based on an investment he or she will be controlling, while in the United States. This visa must generally be renewed every two years, but there is no limit to how many times one can renew. The investment must be “substantial". WE CAN HELP!
Congress created the EB-5 Program (the “Program”) in 1990 to benefit the U.S. economy by attracting investments from qualified foreign investors.
In 1992, Congress enhanced the economic impact of the EB-5 program by permitting the designation of Regional Centers to pool EB-5 capital from multiple foreign investors for investment in economic development projects approved by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) within a defined geographic region. Today, 95% of all EB-5 capital is raised and invested by Regional Centers.
Since the 2008 financial crisis, access to capital has been constricted and municipal budgets continue to face significant shortfalls. EB-5 investments have filled the funding gap, providing a new, vital source of capital for local economic development projects that revitalize communities, create and support jobs, infrastructure and services.
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Abbas Hashmi, who is an investment banker and involved in the EB-5 program, reveals that it has contributed to growth in many communities acrossthe country, so the Senate’s decision to continue the EB-5 is not surprising. Hashmi shares that the changes to the program will make it more attractive to communities because it will be tied to the consumer price index (CPI) starting in 2015. He explains that the goal of this investment program is to help local economies grow in the United States by boosting job creation... - CNN
Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) recently indicted Illinois based Anshoo Sethi for misleading about 250 Chinese investors by using the promise of EB-5 visas to sell $145 million in securities to finance a hotel-cum-conference center that had not yet received the necessary project clearances.This makes the task of legitimate immigration consultants like Abbas Hashmi, and his firm, Long Island based Green Card Capital, that much tougher. “Black Box investments with the promise of high returns where little is known about the people or the project where the money is going, is something we steer our clients away from.” The firm’s website also has a section on EB-5 fraud listing the various scams to educate potential EB-5 applicants. - The Huffington Post
I believe when you want expand internationally you need to have true global partners or local alliances who understand the market and are accustomed to compliance, market space and customer expectations, - The Washington Times
Hashmi “truly understands all the different markets”. The fact that he understands them all comes in handy, because Hashmi works with “high net worth individuals, family offices and groups of people who are interested in relocating to the U.S. and other parts of the world, using investment as a tool. - Examiner.com