I have an uncle who is coming to the US for holiday but he also want his family to live in the US. Can i please ask if it is

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Possible for him to get a greencard fir himself and his family if he buys a property? What can he do to get a residence permit here in the states? Can someone advise? I was told if he invest in the country that might get him a greencard. Please someone help.. Thanks

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  1. Carl Michael Shusterman

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    Answered . I agree.

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  2. Ala M. Hamayel

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    Answered . No, buying property alone will NOT give him a green card. An investor's visa is possible if his home country is a treaty country, and if he invests a significant amount in starting a business in the US that will benefit the US not just the investor and the investor's family. Good luck.

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    Answered . He could qualify for permanent residence by investing $1M into a new U.S. business that creates employment for 10 U.S. citizens or residents or about $530 in certain Pilot Programs. You should consult with an immigration attorney specializing in EB-5 investor matters if this might be an option.

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