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Petitioning for an EB-5 Visa in Treasure Coast

Our Immigration Attorney Understand Investor Visas

Congress offers 10,000 immigrant visas to foreign investors who meet its qualifications. An investor can receive an EB-5 visa in exchange for his or her capital contributions to a new commercial enterprise. At The Gaston Law Firm, P.A., we want to help you through the process of obtaining an EB-5 visa as an investor!

You can trust in the experience that we have in dealing with various immigration challenges. During this time, you will want to work with a professional who understands the immigration process and is confident in his or her abilities.

Our firm is prepared to offer you the following benefits:

  • Full-service representation that is tailored to your needs
  • Personalized attention throughout each stage of your case
  • Knowledgeable legal representation
  • Straightforward legal counsel

FAQ on EB-5 Visas

At The Gaston Law Firm, P. A., we want to help you understand your case and get the information you need to achieve your American dream! Read through the questions and corresponding answers below to get an overview of the circumstance at hand. When you are ready, contact our firm for the legal guidance you need!

What is the purpose of an EB-5 Investor Green Card? - The purpose of the EB-5 visa is that it allows a foreign national to sponsor him or herself for a green card to obtain permanent residency. Congress created the EB-5 category from the Immigration Act of 1990 with the intent to bring foreign capital to the United States. This category permits eligible investors to get permanent residency in the country when he or she follows the requirements set form in the category

What are the requirements for the EB-5 investor category? - Eligibility requirements for the EB-5 investor visa include:

  • Investor must invest in an existing business created after November 1990 or establish a new business
  • Investor must have invested at least $1 million or $500,000 depending on the business' location
  • Business must employ at least ten full-time United States workers

How long does it take to get the EB-5 investor green card? - Processing times for the EB-5 green card will vary depending on the circumstance. The current processing time for the application is four to twelve months. If approved, the applicant will then need to apply for a conditional green card within the United States.

Securing Lawful Permanent Residence Status with an EB-5 Visa

If you are an investor seeking permanent residency in the United States, we encourage you to call our firm, The Gaston Law Firm, P. A., today! With assistance from an experienced team of professionals who are committed to protecting your best interest, you will be on your way to gaining lawful residency in the country!

Areas We Serve

  • Fort Pierce
  • Stuart
  • Palm City
  • Vero Beach
  • Port St. Lucie
  • Okeechobee
  • Indiantown
  • Port Salerno

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The Gaston Law Firm Difference

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  • Honest & Ethical Counsel

    We stay openly connected to our clients throughout the process, and provide personalized strategies and proactive representation.

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    We have an intimate knowledge of immigration laws and process, and our lead attorney has experience as a former Prosector.

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