EB5 Visa Funds Regional Center offers investment opportunities to foreign nationals who wish to obtain permanent residency status (Green Card) through USCIS EB-5 Foreign Investor Program. Our mission is to guide you and help you obtain your Green Card. We deliver the highest levels of integrity, efficiency and safety to maximize a return on your investment through our Regional Center’s diverse portfolio of projects.
Congress created the EB-5 program in 1990 to benefit the U.S. economy by attracting investments from qualified foreign investors. Under the program, each investor is required to demonstrate that at least 10 new jobs were created or saved as a result of the EB-5 investment, which must be a minimum of $1 million, or $500,000 if the funds are invested in certain high-unemployment or rural areas. In 1992, Congress enhanced the economic impact of the EB-5 program by permitting the designation of Regional Centers to pool EB-5 capital from multiple foreign investors for investment in USCIS-approved economic development projects within a defined geographic region.
The EB5 Visa Funds Regional Center is an organization, designated and regulated by USCIS, which facilitates investment in job-creating economic development projects by pooling capital raised under the EB-5 immigrant investor program. Regional centers can be publicly owned, (e.g. by a city, state, or regional economic Our Regional Center maximizes the program’s job creation benefits by facilitating the investment of significant amounts of capital in our selected approved projects. Our expert EB5 Visa Funds associates use economic analysis models, including those developed by the U.S. Department of Commerce, to demonstrate that job creation targets required by law have been achieved. The investments made through our Regional Center, must create at least 10 direct, indirect or induced jobs per project. All investment offerings made by EB5 Visa Funds are subject to U.S. securities laws, enforced by state securities regulators and the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission.
For the most accurate information regarding the EB-5 Foreign Investor program refer directly to the USCIS website. The USCIS is the only official source for this information and shall govern in all cases.
Our investment opportunities target commercial enterprises and projects which are leaders in our approved industry segments. They represent Florida’s key industries in Education, Homeland Security and Defense, Financial and Professional Services, Manufacturing, Infrastructure, Agriculture, Clean Energy, Aviation and Aerospace, Tourism and Entertainment, Information Technology, Healthcare, Life Sciences, Maritime and Real Estate.