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Green Card FAQs
1. Who should consider applying for U.S. Green Cards through the EB-5 program?
2. What are the benefits of obtaining a Green Card?
3. Do Green Card holders must stay in the U.S. at all times?
4. What is the difference between permanent residency and citizenship?



1. Who should consider applying for U.S. Green Cards through the EB-5 program?
Obtaining U.S. Green Cards through the EB-5 program gives people the flexibility to live anywhere and do what they want in the U.S.  Persons who want to benefit from the U.S. advanced education system for their children, or to enjoy the U.S. social and medical welfare after retirement, or just simply to start a new and better life in the U.S., may consider applying for U.S. Green Cards through the EB-5 program.

2. What are the benefits of obtaining a Green Card?
The benefits of obtaining a Green Card include:

  • Travel anywhere within the U.S. and leave and enter the country without being denied at the port of entry.

  • Live, work or retire anywhere in the United States (not limited to Las Vegas).
  • Sponsor a spouse and unmarried children under the age 21 through the same green card petition.
  • Enjoy free public elementary and secondary school education.
  • Admission to public universities at in-state cost.
  • The same Social Security benefits as a U.S. citizen after retirement (eligible to those that have tax record for 10 years).
  • Eligible to apply for U.S. citizenship in 5 years, or choose to keep the green card status forever.

3. Do Green Card holders must stay in the U.S. at all times?
No. Once a green card is obtained, many investors may continue to work or operate businesses in their home countries. Others may choose to live and work in the U.S. . Upon obtaining the EB-5 visa and entering the U.S. for the first time, an investor should first establish residency in the U.S.  Evidence of intent to reside includes opening bank accounts, obtaining a driver’s license or social security number, or renting or buying a home. We suggest the investor and family re-enter the U.S. no less than once every six months.

   
4. What is the difference between permanent residency and citizenship?
U.S. Green Card holders and citizens enjoy almost the same legal rights and social security benefits, except the right to vote, which is available to a U.S. citizen.

 

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