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Visit USA Act Un nouveau visa pour les investisseurs

Posted by Vanina Joulin Batejat on March 19, 2012 at 5:40 PM

Ce projet de loi a été déposé devant le congrès et devrait permettre dès sa promulgation la mise en place d’un nombre X de visas pour les personnes réalisant un investissement immobilier minimum de $500 000 aux USA. Ce visa serait donné pour 3 ans a l’investisseur et sa famille. 250.000 dollars doivent être investis dans une résidence principale où l'investisseur s’engage a résider plus de 180 jours par an, ce qui assure que l’investisseur devient résidant fiscal américain.

Si cette loi etait promulguée, elle devait permettre à des personnes retraites notamment de venir habiter aux USA.

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Reply M Condamie
10:33 AM on April 11, 2013 
suite a votre article nous sommes interesses pour avoir plus d'informations sur le visa investisseur immobilier.
Pouvez vous nous dire si un investissement de 500 000$ deja réalisé dans l'immobilier aux USA peut permettre l'obtention de ce visa?
l'obtention de ce visa est-il conditionné à un investissement dans des residences spécifiques?
Reply ReussirUSA Team
4:44 PM on June 13, 2012 
Voici les commentaires du senator Mike Lee sur cette proposition.
Ce visa est plus un visa touristique. Il donne le droit de rester plus longtemps mais en aucun cas ne le droit de travailler ou de percevoir une quelquonque allocation du gouvernement. Enfin, il faudra payer cash, car il ne vous donnera pas le droit de faire un pret.
Voici les elements en dessou. Nous restons a votre disposition

Clarifying Elements of the VISIT-USA Act
I would like to clarify certain elements of the immigration bill that I plan to introduce with Senator Charles Schumer. Immigration is an extremely complicated issue, and I have let my colleagues know that I am willing to promote immigration reform in a piecemeal fashion, with specific bills to address specific issues. This type of narrowly-crafted legislation often unites unlikely allies who may agree only about one or two individual measures. Senator Schumer indicated to me that he was interested in collaborating on this bill, and we have worked to ensure that it produces positive effects for Americans.
My office has been contacted by constituents with several concerns that were not properly addressed in recent news articles written about this bill. I would like to set the record straight.

First, every foreign investor who would like to purchase a home in the United States will continue to be required to meet the same basic requirements as every other visa applicant, a process that has been enhanced over the past few years. Those with criminal records, connections to drug cartels, suspected ties to terrorist organizations, or other problematic activities will not be able to take advantage of this legislation.

Second, this is not an immigrant visa, and is not a work visa. The visa this legislation enables is similar to a travel visa. It will only last for three years at a time and will not allow for recipients to obtain an American job or get on a path to citizenship.

Third, those who buy a home through this bill will not be granted any government benefits. They will not be eligible for Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, or any of our other entitlement programs.

Fourth, buyers will not be allowed to purchase a home by taking out a mortgage. They must pay up front and in cash in order to qualify. They will not create additional risk in our financial system, nor will they create a stream of interest payments to our major banks.

Fifth, this bill does not create a new market that did not exist previously. Foreign buyers accounted for roughly $82 billion of American real estate purchases in the most recent year tracked by the National Association of Realtors. A full quarter of those buyers came from our neighbor to the north, Canada, with whom we share the world?s longest open border.

The purpose of this bill is to support a free market method of increasing demand for housing at a time when so many working-class Americans are underwater on their homes, are desperate for prices to rise again, and big-government programs have failed to work. I am sponsoring this bill because I know that it makes economic sense while protecting American citizens
Reply domi
10:06 AM on March 22, 2012 
Quelqu'un sait combien de temps ça prend une promulgation? Et éventuellement où trouver le renseignement?