Making the decision to emigrate is never easy, but in the current economic and political landscape it is a consideration that many South Africans are being forced to make. The property market is in a slump, fuel prices are rising sharply, jobs are being lost and the future - with the country in a technical recession - is uncertain.
Why opt for the EB-5 Investor Program
The EB-5 Investor Program provides a secure and permanent path into the USA. The economic and political security provided by the program and the ability to apply for an EB-5 visa immediately, make it an ideal program for those with financial means who desire USA permanent residency and a Green Card. To qualify, you will need to invest at least $500,000 USD in a designated Targeted Employment Area (TEA).
Now you can secure your family's financial future by investing in the residence-for-investment program offered by American Dream.
Applying for USA residency through American Dream has many benefits:
An EB-5 investment is your direct route to a Green Card, which provides permanent residence in the USA.
As an investor, you can sponsor a spouse and unmarried children (under the age of 21) through Green Card Investment.
As a Green Card holder, your children will be able to take advantage of in-state tuition rates, grants and scholarships.
You and your family are not required to live in the area of your investment and may live or work anywhere in the USA.
One of the benefits of the EB-5 Visa Investor category is the fact that there are no backlogs.
As an investor, you are not required to actively manage your investment on a daily basis, which gives you the freedom to explore other business interests.
American Dream is allowing financial contributions in Arlington Heights, one of the most populous suburbs in Chicago. This residential development is centrally located within close proximity to the commuter train station. In a city that has experienced a labour force growth of 8.9% over the past 5 years, Arlington Heights will hold huge appeal to individuals in transition looking to rent - particularly those moving locally or transferring for work reasons.