“We value education. My daughter is 15 years old and is already studying in New York… and my younger son is excited about the possibility of studying there too. What we don’t want is for them, after 10 to 12 years studying in the U.S., having to come back and not been able to stay there, it doesn’t make sense. I want them to choose what is best for them, but having the same options as the Americans.
“Other visas don’t have the same flexibility. If my children keep their student visas, after they graduate, they will need to get a work visa or find a company to sponsor them.”
“Like everything in life, the project has a risk, but it seems to be a very small risk, and it is done by competent people.”
It is not in my interest to manage a new business and I don’t have the experience. That is why I did not choose the direct EB-5.