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EB-5 Visa Program
The EB-5 visa program was created through the Immigration Act of 1990. This visa program provides a method for foreign nationals who invest money in the U.S. to obtain a green card.

USCIS administers the Immigrant Investor Program to stimulate the U.S. economy through job creation and capital investment by foreign investors. Under the program first enacted in 1992 and regularly reauthorized since, certain EB-5 visas are set aside each year for investors in qualifying projects through Regional Centers designated by USCIS. Regional Centers, like PCEG, are created to promote job creation, economic growth and investment opportunities including the possibility of a return on investment.
The program requires immigrant investors to make an at-risk investment that creates no fewer than 10 American jobs in order to create more job opportunities in the United States. While all EB-5 investments are at-risk, PCEG concentrates on providing investment opportunities that have both a high likelihood of returning the original investment upon citizenship as well as investments that can grow in value.

Potential investors must independently determine whether their proposed investments will qualify for an EB-5 visa and must independently consult with an immigration attorney. The following information was prepared by PCEG as a summary of general EB-5 information and procedure and is not a complete summary of applicable law.