By Peter Calabrese
The EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program requires foreign investors to meet certain investment requirements in order to qualify for a U.S. residency.
Undoubtedly, the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program has been instrumental in assisting numerous local businesses throughout the United States and has also supported the U.S. economy. This program has thrived by enabling foreign nationals to become eligible for U.S. residency through investment. The EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program requires foreign investors to meet certain investment requirements in order to qualify for a U.S. residency.
Investors must make a minimum qualifying capital investment in a new commercial enterprise. Depending on the location of the project where the investment is made, the required minimum investment amount is $800,000 USD in a targeted employment area (TEA), or $1.05 million USD outside of a TEA.
With 35 years of experience sourcing, underwriting, and promoting immigration-linked investments in the United States and Canada, CanAm has a long and established track record and a reputation of credibility and trust. CanAm has financed 65 projects and raised more than $3 billion of EB-5 capital. To date, more than $2.24 billion of EB-5 capital from more than 4,500 investor-families has been repaid by CanAm sponsored Regional Center Partnerships. CanAm exclusively operates seven USCIS-designated regional centers that are located in the City of Philadelphia, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, the metropolitan regions of New York and New Jersey, and the states of California, Hawaii, Florida, and Texas.
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