- E5 and EB2 Investments
The EB-5 Visa is an investment-based immigration Program that allows a Foreign National the freedom to sponsor him or herself for U.S Permanent residence (Green Card). Congress created this program in the Immigration Act of 1990 with the goal of attracting foreign capital to the U.S which would result in creating jobs for American workers in the process. This would then allow the eligible investor to obtain permanent residency to the United States where he or she properly confirms to the requirements of the category. RE Wealth Advisors is your premiere resource for Filing Investment based Permanent residency. Our team is highly skilled not only in the asset acquisitions for sourcing opportunities but also assisting investors with the complexities that surround the EB-5 Green Card Process.
The E-2 nonimmigrant classification allows a national of a treaty country; a country with which the United States maintains a treaty of commerce and navigation, or which the United stated has maintained a qualifying international agreement with, or which has been deemed a qualifying country by legislation, to be admitted to the United states when investing a substantial amount of capital in a U.S business. Certain employees of a qualifying organization may also be eligible for this classification as well.
RE Wealth Advisors presents a diverse team of Commercial Real Estate Advisors, Brokers, and Realtors to make the process of acquisition of purchasing or acquiring a business. Our highly experienced Financial team can perform an analysis on potential E-2 qualifying businesses as well as present multiple inhouse options that would satisfy the E-2 requirement needs.
- Foreign National Mortgage:
We can assist you with a minimum of 20% down payment foreign national mortgage program, which enables foreign nationals, NON US residents or employment transferees to place a minimum 20% down payment and finance up to 80% of the property value. This foreign national refinance mortgage is available as a fixed and or adjustable rate mortgage.
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