Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) December 04, 2012
Ivener&Fullmer, LLP, a nationally recognized EB-5 law firm, recently launched EB-5 Investor Green Card, an online resource dedicated to helping immigrants create more American jobs through the EB-5 Program.
On September 28th, 2012 President Obama signed S. 3245 which renews the EB-5 Regional Center Program, also known as the Immigrant Investor Program, for three years. The program enables U.S. businesses to utilize capital from foreign investors to create American jobs. The investors, their spouses, and their unmarried children under the age of 21 can then earn green cards if their investment leads to the creation of a minimum of 10 jobs per investor for qualifying U.S. workers.
The EB-5 Program is projected to create nearly 75,000American jobs a year and will help inject over $4.4 billion into the United States if the program meets its 10,000-visa quota.
“The goal of the EB-5 Program is job creation. At the same time, it’s allowing somebody from a foreign country to come and invest in our nation,” said Mark Ivener, Managing Partner, Ivener & Fullmer, LLP. “Our goal is to make it as easy to understand as possible for these investors to get involved in the program. That’s why we created EB-5 Investor Green Card – so that investors have a one-stop-shop to learn everything they need to know about getting involved in the program.”
Ivener & Fullmer has successfully assisted over hundred individuals from all over the world obtain green cards through the EB-5 Program.EB-5 Investor Green Card provides potential investors with comprehensive services that apply to both the Regular and Regional Center programs, including confirming source and availability of funds, preparing and filing Form I-526 petitions, filing for an Adjustment of Status or Immigrant Visas, and filing Form I-829 applications.
For more information on how to apply to the EB-5 Program, visit: http://www.eb-5investorgreencard.com
About Ivener&Fullmer, LLP
Ivener & Fullmer, LLP has a global immigration practice with its principal office in Los Angeles, California, and associate offices in New York, Vancouver and Tokyo. Members of their staff are fluent in Japanese, Spanish, French, Chinese and Farsi.
Representing domestic and international companies and individuals in all business immigration matters, Ivener&Fullmer, LLP works to open doors for clients ranging from Fortune 500 corporations to movie stars. The scope of work includes representation of investors, foreign executives, managers, professionals and entertainers for temporary and permanent visas.