As usual, the American courts, politicians, and press are just distracting us with irrelevant discussions of illegal immigration from Mexico. In my personal opinion, there is no really serious danger in low income immigration. People who seek to earn a living by working harder than soft-souled suburbanites are not anything close to being a likely pool of predators. (Welfare seekers are another story). But how about this:
Have you heard any discussion of Obama’s (recently modified) Immigration Program EB-5? This is a real threat to the American way of life, and a real engine House behind changing the demographic constitution of our land. This is a “White House Approved Program” and thus constitutes just further evidence, if you needed any, that Barack Hussein Obama is a traitor who MUST be impeached or removed—somehow, anyhow, by any means necessary. This program: the selling of American residency with option on citizenship for as little as $500,000.00 towards the purchase of a foreclosed home, needs to become a major campaign issue for the coming year 2012. It is time to make America beautiful again FOR AMERICANS and that means kicking out the Chinese and Arab investors who are using their slave-labor and oil dollars to buy the homes once occupied by American families.
Large law firms are opening whole new programs based on this EB-5 program, see, e.g.: http://www.darrensilver.com/eb5_investment_greencard4.aspx?gclid=CKXCsOrZ7KsCFaQbQgodViJlmA
The idea is quite simple buy a foreclosed home at a remarkable sub-market price unthinkable for any American, and (so long as your investment is at least an extremely modest, $500,000-$1,000,000.00) you get a permanent residency, a Green Card, in the United States as part of the bargain.
This is no small or trivial matter: this is an invitation to the rest of the world to prey on the misery of Americans—to wipe out the American Middle Class in their own homeland, to destroy American Freedom by destroying the American Heartland.
They are advertising this program on Moscow Craiglist, Shanghai Craiglist, Egypt Craiglist (no, I’m not kidding, there IS an “Egypt Craiglist”) and they are selling prime American real estate at prices that would never be offered to Americans as part of a program to destroy what little integrity remains of the American population.
The EB-5 Investment based immigration Program is designed for those investors with sufficient resources to petition themselves and their families for Permanent Residency.
The U.S Government has consistently supported the EB-5 program in its ability to add to the U.S economy both financially and in terms of job creation.
The Law Firm of Darren Silver & Associates is your premiere Resource for Filing Investment based Permanent Residency. Our Attorneys are highly skilled in assisting investors with the complexities that surround the EB-5 Green Card process.
We have excellent relationships with all of the certified Regional Centers and pass this experience on to our clients who are looking at the Regional Center as their EB-5 option. Our Firm has a perfect track record with no denials for our EB-5/Regional Center submissions. Mr. Silver passes on his years of experience working for the Immigration Department, combined with over 15 years of Private practice emphasizing in Investment Immigration. Further, Mr. Silver is an active member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and is a member of (IIUSA), The EB-5 Regional Center Oversight Association.
As a Summery, the EB-5 program is divided into two major areas:
EB-5 Investment Green Card (Traditional Direct Program)
Permanent Residency/Green Card program.
Investor must purchase or start a Non-Passive Business.
Investor may invest into an existing business.
The Investment must be at least $1million or $500,000 in qualifying locations.
Non-Passive, Investor must manage the business.
The Investment must create at least 10 new U.S jobs.
Conditional Green Card will be issued to the investor, spouse and children Under 21.
Processing Time: 9 to 15 months.
EB-5 Investment Green Card (Regional Center Program)
Regional Centers are Private Businesses that allow multiple investors to assist them in expanding their Business objectives. Regional Centers are generally low in risk and will afford the investor a low return on investment and generally the ability to re-coupe investment in 5 to 6 years.
Permanent Residency/Green Card program.
Investor must generally invest $500,000 into a certified Regional Center.
Non-Passive, Investor must manage the business however management is on a very limited basis and investor need not reside near location of the Business.
A Conditional Green Card will be issued to the investor, spouse and children Under 21.
Processing Time: 9 to 15 months
Regional Centers are numerous. There are approximately 90 designated Regional Centers and approximately 80 more that are in the pre-application stage. Regional Centers compete strongly for foreign national investment funds. It is Critical that Investors retain a knowledgeable Law Firm to represent THEM when analyzing the Regional Center Options.
The Law Offices of Darren Silver & Associates will provide you with the following services:
First, we will provide you with the insight and understanding as to how the Regional Center, EB-5 Process works.
Second, once the Regional Center is selected by you, we will advocate on your behalf to ensure that your application is being processed correctly. We will also make sure that your interests (and not the Regional Center’s interests) are protected! For example, we will make sure that the Regional Center will agree to refund your investment back to you 100% in the unlikely event of an Immigration Petition denial. There are multiple others considerations that we will review on your behalf on these lines.
Finally, we will prepare and file the Regional Center application on your behalf. Our Office takes great pride in our Regional Center applications. Our applications are extremely well received by the USCIS which result in faster approvals for our clients.
The timing of the process:
We Look forward to answering any of your questions. You are invited to Call our Office or E-mail Mr. Silver Directly for his personal response to your immigration question.
Originally, EB-5 was designed to encourage business investment, but now the purchase of a single home will do the trick. Compare this older advertisement of the program:
The immigrant investor, or EB-5, program is a highly beneficial permanent residence option for the wealthy individual. Since there is no quota waiting list in this preference category, it enables a foreign national to obtain permanent residence status more expeditiously than with most other options.
The EB-5 category requires an investment of $1 million (or $500,000 in a high unemployment or rural area) in a commercial enterprise that will employ 10 full-time US workers. Although the investor’s role cannot be completely passive, he or she does not have to be involved in any way in the day-to-day management of the business unless he or she wants to do so. It is critically important that the investor be able to document the lawful source of investment funds, whether his or her own or funds given to him or her as a gift. The permanent residence obtained by the investor is conditional for two years and can be made permanent upon satisfying USCIS at the end of the two years that the investment proceeds have not been withdrawn and the requisite jobs have been created.
The investor may invest in his or her own commercial enterprise or in a commercial enterprise owned by other parties. The investor may also choose to invest in a pre-approved “regional center”. Regional centers are geographical areas for which USCIS has determined that investments will create the necessary 10 jobs per investor, whether directly or indirectly, in the geographical area. Virtually all of the regional centers are in geographical areas where $500,000 is the required amount of investment. Most of the regional centers involve limited partnership investments for which having the rights of a limited partner is considered sufficient to make the investor not completely passive.
Ron Klasko heads up the firm’s EB-5 practice team. Ron serves as counsel to a number of the approved regional centers, including the PIDC (Philadelphia) Regional Center. Ron has lectured extensively and written numerous articles on the EB-5 program and has prepared and filed large numbers of successful EB-5 petitions, both regional center and individual petitions. He presently chairs the EB-5 Committee of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.
The firm’s EB-5 practice team works with developers on options available for developing new projects that might qualify for EB-5 investments, either based on individual EB-5 petitions or through new or existing regional centers. Where appropriate, we file applications for new regional centers and exemplar petitions for new regional center projects. We also counsel foreign nationals on the advantages and disadvantages of individual and regional center EB-5 petitions as compared with other immigration options. On individual EB-5 petitions, we work with corporate and tax counsel on structuring commercial enterprises that comply with the EB-5 regulations. On all cases, the team works with the foreign national on documenting the lawful source of investment funds. The end result is the filing of an individual or regional center EB-5 petition with substantial documentation. Finally, the firm’s EB-5 practice team also works with its foreign national clients on filing the application for conditional permanent residency, the condition removal petition and ultimately, where requested, an application for naturalization to U.S. citizenship.