Business Traveller Middle East to host US Green Card and residency seminar in Dubai
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Business Traveller Middle East to host US Green Card and residency seminar in Dubai

Business Traveller Middle East to host US Green Card and residency seminar in Dubai

The EB-5 programme investment price will soon decrease from $900,000 to $500,000

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Business Traveller Middle East, part of the Motivate Media Group, will host an exclusive US Green Card and residency seminar this month in partnership with The American Legal Center, Dubai.

The seminar will take place from 1pm on Saturday, June 26, at The Westin Dubai Mina Seyahi, Dubai, and will give attendees the chance to find out about their eligibility as well as the benefits of migrating to the US through the EB-5 investment programme.

The EB-5 permanent residency programme allows foreign nationals to invest in a government approved commercial enterprises to gain US residency.

EB-5 was created in 1990 to stimulate the US economy through job creation and capital investment, and it is the only way for nationals and immigrants in the GCC to fast-track US citizenship and obtain a Green Card. If successful, they can then live, work, study or build a business anywhere in the country.

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Applicants and their immediate family are eligible to qualify for US citizenship after a period of approximately five years of permanent residency and it usually takes maximum two years to receive the initial Green Card.

Shai Zamanian, the managing director, and founder of The American Legal Center – who is also a US Licensed Lawyer and Migration Specialist – told BTME recently that the fact that the EB-5 investment price will soon decrease quite significantly, from $900,000 to $500,000, is very significant development and will likely spur interest in this programme from the GCC region.

To register for the upcoming event which will be held from 1pm on June 26 at The Westin Dubai Mina Seyahi, Dubai, click here

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