The U.S. Immigrant Investor Program
The program provides for conditional, two-year resident status to qualifying investors and their families who invest at least $1 million (or $500,000 in designated target areas) in businesses that create at least ten full-time permanent jobs for American workers.
After two years, if the investment and job-creation requirements of the program are met, unconditional, permanent residency can be applied for and received.
The United States government modified its 1990 immigrant investor program in 1993 by implementing a pilot program where regional centers designated by the Immigration and Naturalization Service (now the USCIS) were established.
In these regional centers, flexible, passive investment opportunities are created for a pool of immigrant investors through the creation of limited partnerships.
Today, our organization, the American Builders Regional Center, is a designated regional center for South Florida's Miami-Dade and Broward counties.
EB-5 Investor Visa Program
There are no requirements regarding age, business experience or language skills.
The program does not require investors to manage their investment on a daily basis. As a limited partner, an investor is free to pursue other professional or personal ventures.
An investor does not have to be continuously present in the U.S., and can maintain business and professional relations in their own country.
An investor does not have to live in the city or state where their EB-5 investment is located.
Oportunities and how you can obtain permanent residency through the EB-5 Investor Visa Program.
By this presentation, Deco Funding, LLC makes no offer or solicitation to invest in any security. Offerings will be made to only individual persons (not any legal entities) who are EB-5 qualified investors by virtue of their being “non-US persons,” in “offshore transactions,” as those phrases are defined under Regulation S of the US Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”), or to persons, including US residents and legal entities, who are otherwise “Accredited Investors,” as such term is defined in Regulation D, Rule 501(a) under the 1933 Securities Act.
Deco Funding, LLC does not attempt to interpret US immigration law nor provide legal advice. All prospective investors interested in pursuing additional information on the EB-5 and other US visa programs are strongly urged to seek professional advice from a qualified EB-5 attorney.]
An investment in this project may only be made in accordance with and following review of a confidential private placement memorandum. The information presented here is not meant to replace or supplement the confidential private placement memorandum. It is solely provided for the purpose of familiarizing yourself with a potential real estate project.
In the event we determine to pursue this real estate project, and in the event that we determine to offer you the opportunity to participate in such investment, you will be provided with a confidential private placement memorandum together with appropriate exhibits.