Funding Diversity in the US

Marko Issever is CEO of America EB5, a company that works with immigrants to get a visa through an investment program.  I’ve known Marko for a few years and enjoyed having the time to learn more about the specific work he does.  It’s fascinating. 

Before diving deep into the EB5 visas, he explains the different types of visas a person can request for extended stays in the United States. 

First, they break down into immigrant versus non-immigrant. Non-immigrant visas include part-time stays for students, tourists, and part-time workers. 

Immigrant visas can be family-based or employment-based.  Employment-based visas fall into five categories: 

EB1 – Exceptional people who are well known due to their accomplishments in academics or business, performances, or sports ability.  They are well-known or featured in the news. They can self-sponsor to apply for a visa. 

EB2- Highly educated people that have at least a Master's Degree and have a job offer in an area that domestic companies have a hard time hiring. 

EB3- Nonskilled worker that are needed particularly in a needy or growing area. Again, the workers must have a job offer and apply.   

EB4 – Religious leaders such as Rabbis, Imams, and Priests can apply for a visa under this category. 

EB5 – Investors can apply under this visa to help stimulate employment in the US.

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