Yes, but you will still need to invest USD $500,000 or $1 million (depending on the location in a targeted employment area or not) into the business, create 10 full time permanent jobs, and otherwise comply with EB5 rules, regulations, and procedures to obtain an approval of the I-526 petition and move forward with the Immigrant Visa. Fortunately, your entire family would also be included in your application for the Immigrant Visa as well. We recommend retaining experienced US Immigration and EB5 counsel, like our law firm, to begin the process. Costs would include fees paid to the professionals necessary to establish an approvable EB5 infrastructure and prepare necessary information and documentation (Immigration counsel, economist, etc.), filing fees paid to the USCIS, and other necessary costs.
The investor can form a new commercial enterprise in the U. S. The investor can invest the required personal funds in this new business and through a comprehensive business plan can show how the investment will create 10 direct full time jobs. To start the process you can consult with our law firm to discuss timelines and fees and costs for achieving your EB-5 goals.