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Robert Huber RA
Buying property is not the key to getting a non-immigrant Visa. It will do nothing for you as far as immigration goes. They are two totally separate items. The B1/B2 will get you here, but that is all.
If and when you do buy a property, you are subject to higher taxes when you sell, called HARPTA and FIRPTA. The best thing to do is to talk to an attorney specializing in immigration. I can recommend a good one in Washington DC if you like, or here in Hawaii. The attorney can advise you on your Visa restrictions, how to convert to a different visa, tax consequences, residency requirements and the requirements needed in order to qualify for a regular loan.
Do you have a single entry or multiple entry visa? If you have single entry, it is good for one use only. For multiple, you have a number of entrances or (unlimited ) over the period stamped in your passport on the visa. Do you see a certain number there or does it just say multiple entry?
Robert Huber RA Executive Associate
Realty Executives Oahu
There is another type of Visa, called EB-5. TRY:
Go to http://hawaii.gov/dbedt AND http://www.aila.org/
Search for eb-5
There are requirements on the amount you invest and the number of jobs created. It varies by State and location
Thanks for all this super info. Now it is much more clear to me.
Now i need to figure out what is best to do and I will contact right persons.
I am in tour on big island for next month and then i will come back on OAHU.
See you there!
Thank you again.
It is still not clear to me "if i buy house on Hawaii is it possible to get some permanent residence or something like that because i am limited with number of entrances to USA with my current visa"
I would like to live there and not to come back every 6 month.
Aloha , Rob Huber RA
You can get a SSN when you arrive. Just go to the Federal Building on Punchbowl.
You need to register with a local business to use the B1 visa. If it already approved, you just travel back and forth when you want to.
The TIN is more complicated. You should talk to an attorney when you arrive or online.
You do not need to put 50% down payment. 30% should be enough. We can talk to a lender in Hawaii.
Govereete engleskee? Parusski?
There is a Russian Consulate here, but not Serbian. She may be able to answer some questions for you. Let me know if you need the contact name/number.
I need your email address to send you listings ???
Robert Huber RA 1-808-457-5200