EB-5 Q&A: What are the EB-5 investment requirements for startups?


The requirements for an EB-5 investment is that it be a new commercial enterprise.  EB-5 Program defines “new” as “established after November 29, 1990.” The immigrant can invest the required amount of capital in a commercial enterprise to qualify for the EB-5 Program, provided the other criteria applicable to the individual are met.  So long as the investment fund can create 10 full-time jobs within two years, you are eligible to invest in that  EB-5 new enterprise.