How to get started with EB5

Welcome to the Utah Regional Investment Fund, LLC (URIF). We look forward to working with you and providing the necessary information you will need to participate in the US EB-5 Immigration Visa Program. We have laid out the basic steps to complete the EB-5 process in the flow chart below. Please feel free to explore our website to learn more about the program and do not hesitate to contact us should you have additional questions.

Once you decide to participate in the EB-5 program and utilize the expertise of our team, we will be more than happy to walk you through the process to insure that your experience is a pleasant one.

There are several ways to get the process started:

  1. You may contact us directly and we can arrange for you to discuss your situation with one of our highly qualified immigration attorneys
  2. You may register on this website and attend a URIF sponsored EB-5 education seminar in your area.

Whether you decide to contact us directly or attend one of our seminars, we guarantee that you will have a pleasant experience and will have access to EB-5 experts in the U.S.

Thank you for visiting our website and we look forward to working with you.

Steps to EB5

Step 1

Research your options for entry into the U.S.

Step 2

Invest $500,000 or $1 million, usually in escrow, plus syndication fee, with the Regional Center of your choice.

Step 3

Submit I-526 application to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service

  • Approved: Adjust status in the U.S.
  • Denied: Find another route to permanent residence in the U.S.

Step 4

Consular process in home country.

  • Approved: Get conditional green card.
  • Denied: Find another route to permanent residence in the U.S.

Step 5

After 2 years, file I-829 to remove conditional status.

  • Approved: Receive permanent green card.
  • Denied: Find another route to permanent residence in the U.S.

Step 6

Receive permanent green cards.

Step 7

After 3 more years, apply for U.S. citizenship.

  • Approved: Congratulations.
  • Denied: Find another route to permanent residence in the U.S.