- To make a direct investment, you must invest $1 million. An EB-5 direct investment must go toward a new enterprise in a rural area or an area with a high unemployment rate. A direct investment requires the investor to create at least ten new full-time jobs and to be engaged in the day-to-day management of the business.
- To make a regional center investment, you must invest $500,000. This second type of investment must go toward a regional center that has already been approved by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services. These centers must also promote job growth (at least indirectly) and improve the economy.
Which type of investment is right for you and your family? The answer is different for everyone to discuss these two options in depth, call a California green card lawyer at Jatoi & de Kirby, APC today. Our immigration attorneys provide private, confidential consultations and speak both English and Mandarin.