Generally, the person making the investment is the only person entitled to receive US Immigration benefits (the conditional green card, for EB-5 investments). The investor’s immediate family (spouse and children under 21 years of age) can be included as derivative beneficiaries, but not siblings.
Your sibling could still be the source of funds for your investment, if he gives you the funds needed as a gift, but if the sibling is the investor, you cannot be included otherwise.
Working with experienced EB-5 attorneys such as those at our law firm can help you formulate a strategy to achieve your immigration goals.
To obtain an EB-5 conditional permanent residency you must be an EB-5 investor either personally investing $500,000.00 or $1 Million.You may be gifted the required investment amount and then you can apply for the EB-5 visa.