We will keep you updated but saw in the ORLANDO SENTINEL that overseas residents who invest in Orlando soccer stadium could get US Green Cards – through the EB5 Regional Centre programme.
Investors could get green cards at Orlando City’s new soccer stadium if they pay $500,000 each to help build it.
Bill’s note – the investment level is set to rise to $800,000 in September. Please call or email us asap if you think this Visa may be an option for you and your family.
The Employment-Based Immigration Investor Program, or EB-5, was created by Congress in 1990 to encourage foreign investment in the nation’s blighted urban cores and rural areas by offering a path to citizenship as an incentive.
Flávio Augusto da Silva, the Orlando team’s majority owner, said he aims to raise half the cost of the $156 million stadium with EB-5 money.
Defenders say EB-5 has created thousands of permanent jobs in the U.S. and generated billions for new projects including condominiums, hotels, and shopping malls.
After investing their money, EB-5 applicants typically wait 16 to 24 months for a temporary green card, he said. They can seek U.S. citizenship five years later.
Investors in the Orlando soccer stadium also receive a stake in the company that runs the stadium and two club seats for 10 years.
Happy Orlando Soccer Stadium (and “Green Card”) investing!
Lake Buena Vista Resort and Spa is another local EB5 Regional Centre.
Bill Cowie, Director
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