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Immigration to the U.S. Through Investment 

The U.S. Immigrant Investor Program – known as “EB‐5” – is one of the most efficient ways for people from around the world to obtain a green card and live in the United States of America.
After successful completion of the program, investors and their family members (spouse and child under the age of 21 years old) are given a conditional resident status in the United States, which can be converted into permanent residency after two years and citizenship after five years.

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•  Created by the U.S. Congress in 1990
•  Successful Immigrant Investors and their immediate families receive US Permanent Residency (Immediate family: Spouse and Unmarried children under 21 years old)
• Visas quickly issued by USCIS
•  No requirement for Age, Education Level, Language Skills, Business Experience and Place of Settlement in the U.S.
•  Successful applicants and their families can settle anywhere they choose in the United States.

Basic Requirements

The investment must be $1 million, or $500,000 if the project is situated in a Targeted Employment Area (TEA). Investment of $500,000 and proof of legal source of said investment (via the I‐526 Petition).
Applicant and his or her “immediate family members”(spouse and child under the age of 21 Years old) will be awarded green cards.
The investor must have a net worth of $1 million or earn at least $200,000 annual personal income (or $300,000 in combined annual income with a spouse).

Each investment must create 10 full‐time jobs for U.S. workers.


Immigration Cost

Investment: 500,000$ (Which will be refunded after successful completion of 5 Years Investment)
Administration Fee: 40,000$
US legal Fee (I‐526): 15,000$

Application Fees

• Form I526 – US$1,500 submission
• Form DS230 – US$480 Per Family Member 6‐18 months post
• Immigrant Fee – US$165 Per Family Member 6‐18 months post      submission
• Form I‐829 – 21 months after visa
• US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Fees ‐ $5,000 to remove condition on visa (not within the current mandate) 2 years after obtaining visa.
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Charter School USA

Established in 1997
Concept exists since 1994
Largest school operator in Florida
As of 2012, 5,600 charter schools enrolled over 2 million students.
Over 500 new charter schools opened in 2011‐2012.

There are more than 600,000 students waiting to enroll in charter schools.

Charter School USA

Management Operation Contract with the State Government (15-25 years)

Operation Fully Sponsored by State Government 

Subsidy of about $7,000 – $9,000 per student

Academic and Financial Performance controlled by the State Government

Annual Performance Assessment of each Teacher 


The State of FLORIDA

United States’ fourth largest state for its population
(19.3 million). GDP of $ 734.5 Billion.

Pro-Business Environment and home to some of theLargest, Fastest‐growing & most diverse Companies.

Government that Fully Support the establishment of Charter School

The largest metropolitan area in the state as well as the entire southeastern United States is the Miami Metropolitan Area, with about 5.5 million people.

Longest coastline in the Unites States, 1,350 miles (2,170km)

Florida is one of the seven states that do not impose a personal income tax.


What Charter School Projects Offer To Immigrant Investor

• Fully sponsored by the State of Florida

• High Value Project Appraised by CBRE Richard Ellis

• Long term Lease signed with Financially Strong Tenant

• High Job Creation exceeding 70-90% of the requirement

• Collateralized Assets

• Positive Expert Review

Clear Exit Strategies

• Exit 1: Bank refinancing after 5 years

Bank refinancing supported by the high-value educational facility occupied by the school operator

• Exit 2: First Rank Mortgage on Building and Land + Lease Assignment
Immigrants’ investment secured by a first rank mortgage and assignment of leasing income.

The plan for reimbursement is strengthen by three factors:

•The school’s strong source of income, from the government financing, and long‐term lease by school operator