Investment Visa & EB5 Program

Apartment Corp offers a simple solution to the grueling process of applying and qualifying for EB5/E2 visas.

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Investment Visa & EB5 Program

Apartment Corp offers a simple solution to the grueling process of applying and qualifying for EB5/E2 visas. Our experience stems from managing over 17,500 apartment units and 4,350,000 square feet of commercial space. We have a legal team with a proven track record in place as well as other professionals required to guide you through this journey towards your new life in America. We understand the difficulties faced with assimilating to a new culture added to the burden of running a successful business. The right business opportunity is important in helping one acquire a green card. Our research and experience has lead us to establish investment opportunities in the form of Real Estate Management companies and Emergency Medical Centers to help satisfy your needs for the different visas. We offer management contracts to apartment buildings to which we have owned and self-managed over many years. These buildings have a proven track record of a steady cash flow and a satisfied tenant base. The rent for many of our units is guaranteed by the federal government which means that your money will be put to good use.

Our desire to establish urgent care centers stems from our analysis of the U.S. job market. The graph below illustrates the widespread demand for various types of medical practices. With our aging population, the medical industry and the apartment rental industry has experienced consistent growth in the past 10 years.

A senior citizen’s need to downsize creates a large market for apartment buildings and adult Health Care facilities, both of which are a part of our portfolio consisting of 280 Real Estate Holdings across 28 States. American spending on Healthcare Increased to $ 2.9 trillion in 2013 making in 17.4% of our GDP. (

After discussing your desire to manage real estate or establish a Medical Emergency Center, we will present the opportunities that our team believes best fits your needs. Investments can be made for a minimum of $185,000.

We have broken down and simplified the complex and bureaucratic process of applying for a visa into a six step process:

  • Step 1. Initial meeting – In this meeting we will discuss your investment needs and walk you through the various options that we have available.
  • Step 2. Pre-qualification with attorney – We will introduce you to our preferred attorney network. They will review your criteria to see what option works best for acquiring a visa.
  • Step 3. The application process – This process usually takes between 60-90 days for an E2 visa and approximately 8 months to acquire an EB5 visa.
  • Step 4. Transfer of funds – USCIS requires the funds to be transferred in escrow in the U.S. before they will approve of the visas. The funds will be refunded if you are unable to secure a visa.
  • Step 5. Establishing and guiding you through your new business – Our business orientation will consist of extensive training from members of our staff on how to manage and operate a successful business.

E2 visa program is a nonimmigrant visa program that does not directly lead to a green card. With an increased investment over the years to satisfy the EB5 visa category, an immigrant status visa and a green card is possible. The processing time for E-2 visas is generally between two and four weeks from the filing of the application, however, it may take longer in some Consular posts. This may vary depending upon the work load in the U.S. Consulate you choose to apply to. Your dependents may attend U.S. schools, colleges and universities, and they do not have to apply for separate student visa such as an F-1 visa.

The USCIS defines an E-2 investment as the investor’s placing of capital, including funds and other assets, at risk in the commercial sense with the objective of generating a profit. Your investment may be for the purpose of establishing a new business venture or purchasing a pre-existing business. In either scenario, you must demonstrate that the capital you are investing is substantial. There are 5 main requirements put forth by the USCIS, which we establish to help you with your application.

Requirement 1:
As a treaty investor, you must be coming to the United States to invest in a new or existing enterprise.

Requirement 2:
Your investment must be in a bona fide enterprise and may not be marginal.

Requirement 3:
You must be in possession of the funds you will invest and the funds must be committed to your business.

Requirement 4:
You must be able to provide the source of your funding.

Requirement 5:
You must be coming to the United States to develop and direct the enterprise.

This visa and leads to a green card provided all the conditions are met. Also, your spouse and unmarried children under the age of 21 may be admitted to the U.S. with you on a two-year conditional period. If your petition to remove conditions is approved, the conditions will be removed from your spouse and children’s Green Card status. As a lawful permanent resident (Green Card holder), your spouse and children will be authorized to work or attend school in the U.S. All EB5 applicants will have access to our management services, which have outperformed other multifamily properties throughout the U.S. time and time again. We are the premier firm for investing in real estate ventures, and we have proven that our business model is a recipe for success.


Evidence that you in fact invested in a new commercial enterprise. This evidence may include, but is not limited to, copies of the business’ organizational documents and federal tax returns.

Evidence that you have invested or are actively in the process of investing the total amount of required funds.

Evidence that you have sustained your investment in the new commercial enterprise throughout your two-year period of conditional permanent residence. This evidence may include, but is not limited to, the following:

  • Business invoices and receipts
  • Bank statements
  • Contracts
  • Business licenses
  • Audited or reviewed financial statements.
  • Complete copies of federal or state income tax returns or quarterly tax statements

Job Creation

Evidence that you created or will create within a reasonable time 10 full-time jobs for qualifying employees. Such evidence may include, but is not limited to:

  • Business payroll records
  • Relevant tax documents
  • Employee Forms I-9

Job Preservation—Troubled Business

The same documentary requirements for job creation mentioned above, except that the investor must show that he or she has maintained (not created) the number of existing employees at no less than the pre-investment level for the period following his or her admission as a conditional permanent resident.

*Note: To be approvable, at least 10 jobs must be maintained.