What Is An EB-5 Regional Center?
An EB-5 Regional Center is an entity approved by USCIS to raise EB-5 capital for projects in a particular industry and geographic area—whether you’re a franchise owner looking to expand in Florida or a developer looking to build out a hotel in Southern California. Of course, running a regional center also requires responsibilities for principals and owners to carefully vet and monitor the projects that they monitor as well.
Our firm will work closely with you as we devise an option that fits your needs. Whether you’re a new Regional Center operator who needs to file a Form I-956 application to become designated as a Regional Center, needs a I-956F application filed so that your project can start raising EB-5 investment funds, needs to file your regional center’s Form I-956G annual report with USCIS, advises on negotiating a third-party sponsorship agreement or advise on ongoing compliance and reporting issues, we can help you with every step of the process.
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