The U.S. EB-5 visa program is the same as the employment-based 5th preference visa category. EB-5 is a program that was created by Congress in 1990 as a way to stimulate foreign investment in U.S. businesses and create jobs for U.S. workers. In return for making these capital investments, foreign nationals and their immediate family members could qualify for U.S. green cards.
For many years, the EB-5 Program only required foreign nationals to invest $500,000 in a TEA project, or $1,000,000 in a non-TEA project; however, in November 2019, a new rule passed, increasing the investment requirement to $900,000 in TEA projects and $1,800,000 in non-TEA projects.
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