With China and Vietnam backing off from the rat race of EB-5, here are the 7 emerging countries that are investing in US market.
Nigeria is one of the largest economy in the world with growing attributes in manufacturing, technology, finance and communication sectors. Although the country’s economy is growing, the majority is still in poverty because of terrorism and high crime rates. that is reason Nigerians have turned to US immigration.
Venezuelans have invested in the EB-5 visa Program as a way to escape the worsening crime and political issues rising every day in their home country. Venezuela has also suffered from hyperinflation and – according to few magazines it has the world’s highest annual inflation rate.
The EB-5 program became a noticeably popular option for wealthy Russians as the conditions in Russia is getting worse, political crisis, increase in crime rate has caused Russian economic crisis and the devaluation of the Ruble. Many rich Russians have thought over to move their assets to other market places to protect them.
As you know most of the Indians are working on H-1B in US which is called the employer-sponsored visa and now there are some unavoidable issues arising with it, Indians are also showing interest towards EB-5 visa, which offers a potentially faster and more beneficial pathway to a U.S. green card. Under the Trump administration, which promotes “hiring Americans”, Indian nationals looking to live and work in the U.S. are having a tougher time finding an employer willing to sponsor them H-1B visa and e very H-1B visa holders should have a annual salary ranging from $60,000 to $100,000, its getting difficult.
Taiwan has been a stable capital market that has contributed to the EB-5 Program since its 1990’s inception. Like Mainland Chinese, the Taiwanese see the benefits of investing in the United States, not only for the business opportunities but also for their children’s educational opportunities.
#6 South Korea
The EB-5 visa appealed to South Korean professionals like accountants, lawyers, and businessmen. Many of these financially savvy families, who have long been familiar with the advantages of the EB-5 Program, are interested in obtaining green cards because it allows them to send their children to top-rated universities in the U.S. and qualify for in-state tuition.
Brazil is a commodity-rich country with beautiful scenery and the highest number of millionaire households in Latin America, but it has also suffered from government corruption, a high crime rate, and a recent economic downturn. Now Brazilians have put there money in US market.