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How to get an EB-5 visa without exposing yourself to unnecessary taxation

Flying-Man-parachuter2The EB-5 investor visa program provides a method of obtaining lawful permanent residency (i.e. a “green card“) for foreign nationals who invest in the United States.  To qualify, individuals must invest at least $500,000 and create at least 10 jobs for U.S. workers.  The program is designed to stimulate economic activity and job growth, while allowing eligible foreigners the opportunity to become lawful permanent residents…and U.S. taxpayers.   

 

Without the proper legal tax planning, the true cost of the residency can be much more than $500,000 because upon becoming a resident (and in some cases even before), the investor is exposed to all the tax and information reporting requirements of a US citizen, which includes reporting and paying taxes on all worldwide income and wealth transfers, as well as providing information on virtually all their economic activities outside the U.S.  Advance legal planning gives the investor the right to stay in the United States while paying the least amount required by law.

 

Participate in this webinar for only $100 and you will be able to learn and ask questions on this very important subject that can have serious and unnecessary tax consequences if not handled properly.
  

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This seminar is also being offered on April 23rd and 28th at 12h00 in Spanish.  Please click here to register for the Spanish webinar.

 

Date and Time

Wednesday, May 6, 2015, 12h00 EDT 


12:00
13:00, Miami, NewYork and Chile time
09:00 – 10:00, California
time
12:30 – 13:30, Mexico (DF), Texas, Colombia, Peru
and Ecuador time
11:30 – 12:30, Venezuela
time
13:00 – 14:00, Argentina and Uruguay
time
18:00
19:00, Spain time

 

Agenda: 
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A summary of the EB-5 program

* The immigration process via the EB-5 visa  
* Consequences of Tax Residency
* Who is a Tax Resident?

* Planning Against Tax Residency
* Planning methodology
* Critical Non-Tax, Legal Issues
* Case study: Plan B is now plan A 
* Common errors
* Questions and answers