EB-5 Regional Centers

What is an EB-5 Regional Center?

An EB-5 regional center is an entity established under the guidelines of the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program, a U.S. government program that encourages new investment in job-creating projects. To qualify as a regional center, an entity must submit a I-924 application to United States Citizen and Immigration Services (USCIS) for approval.

Foreign investors can qualify for the EB-5 program by making eligible investments in EB-5 projects sponsored by regional centers, provided these projects create at least 10 new U.S. jobs per investor. The primary benefit and reason almost all EB-5 investments are made in projects sponsored by regional centers is increased flexibility for satisfying the job creation requirement. EB-5 projects sponsored by regional centers can count all indirect, direct, and induced jobs created, whereas EB-5 projects that are not sponsored by regional centers can count only direct jobs toward the required 10 jobs per investor.

Our USCIS Approved EB-5 Regional Centers

EB5AN – Florida Regional Center


State(s): Florida

EB5AN – California Regional Center


State(s): California

EB5AN – Northeast Regional Center


State(s): New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Ohio

EB5AN – Southeast Regional Center


State(s): Georgia, South Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi

EB5AN – Commonwealth of Massachusetts Regional Center


State(s): Massachusetts

EB5AN – Arizona Regional Center


State(s): Arizona

EB5AN – Colorado Regional Center


State(s): Colorado

EB5AN – Hawaii Regional Center


State(s): Hawaii

EB5AN – Illinois Regional Center


State(s): Illinois

EB5AN – Nevada Regional Center


State(s): Nevada

EB5AN – North Carolina Regional Center


State(s): North Carolina

EB5AN – Puerto Rico Regional Center


State(s): Puerto Rico

EB5AN – Texas and Louisiana Regional Center


State(s): Texas and Louisiana

EB5AN – Washington and Oregon Regional Center


State(s): Washington, Oregon

EB5AN – Washington D.C. Regional Center


State(s): Washington, D.C.

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