I have $ 100,000 to 200,000 $ and I want to invest in USA, can I get a green card there? Or what is the solution to get it ?
Are there solutions to get residency in the USA knowing that I am a resident in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and carry a Syrian nationality?Is the current situation in Syria could benefit me in obtaining residency?I also Unmarried !!
it is not enough. Investment based green-card requires $500K investment at a minimum.
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You need at-least $500,000, and preferably $1,000,000 to get an EB-5 greencard.
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The stated amounts are insufficient, and, besides, to entertain such a lofty undertaking, you need to meet with a practicing immigration attorney in person.
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If you have a business in Saudi Arabia and open a branch in the US, this much money should be sufficient for a L1 visa.
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