The EB-5 Regional Center program lapsed on June 30, 2021 because U.S. Congress did not approve an extension of the program before that date and is on recess until July 9. It is unknown how long this will last but the next best chance for it to be reinstated is either September or October when […]
What Redeployment Is and How to Mitigate Unforeseen Risk to Your EB5 Investment At Houston EB5, our immigration investment clients frequently ask us what “redeployment” is in relation to the EB-5 program. Originally only a problem for applicants from countries that surpassed the maximum yearly quota per country of 700 visas (China and Vietnam), redeployment […]
The United States government provides two options for a foreign investor through the EB-5 Visa program. These two investment options both require a capital investment of either $900,000 or $1.8 million, depending on whether or not the investment is in a targeted high unemployment area or rural area. However, they do have key differences that […]
The coronavirus has caused a dramatic shift in day-to-day life. For investors who are interested in potentially moving to the United States, the question at the top of their minds is surely how coronavirus is affecting EB-5, now as well as in the future.
It’s natural to believe that regional centers are motivated to succeed when they’re investing in the project alongside the regional center, and this is correct. Oppositely, a regional center that is not also the developer can still make money even if the project itself fails.
As the fastest growing regional center in Texas with nearly a billion dollars of projects under its belt, Houston EB5 is not only able to demystify wrong information about why EB-5 has such a bad reputation but explain what makes the program so powerful for both investors and the future greatness of America.
Under the investment based EB5 Visa, dependent family members of the principal applicant are eligible for conditional green cards. For this purpose, dependent family members include spouse and unmarried children under the age of 21 years. Eventually, these family members can get a permanent resident status by filing an I-829 petition for the removal of […]
The EB-5 Program was set to expire on September 30, 2019. It has now been extended to November 21, 2019. On September 28, a Continuing Resolution was passed by Congress and signed into law by the President to extend the EB-5 Program to November 21, 2019. This extension coincides with the effective date of the […]
Mayor, Developers and Houston EB5 talk Local Job Creation, Investment, and Community. On August 21, 2019 Roberto Contreras, CEO of DC Partners and Houston EB5 and Moez Mangalji, CEO of Westmont Hospitality Group welcomed Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner and City of Houston Chief Development Officer Andy Icken to The Allen to discuss the economic and […]
On September 11, Houston EB5 announced a unique collaboration with McAllen EB-5 Regional Center, in which the McAllen’s EB-5 Regional Center and Houston EB5 will co-market the EB-5 program to potential foreign investors in the South Texas market. “This partnership is a win-win-win for not only McAllen and Houston, but also, the United States as […]