Free EB-5 Project Evaluation Can a teenager apply for an EB-5 Visa?

While there is no statutory age requirement for the EB-5 Program, in order to make the necessary investment, the investor must be able to legally execute a contract (e.g., a subscription agreement). Therefore, the investor could not be considered a minor under applicable state law. If unmarried, however, a teenager would qualify as a dependent of an EB-5 investor and could thereby gain permanent resident status through his/her parent’s successful EB-5 investment.