Our EB-5 Regional Center in Boston, Massachusetts
From Chinatown-Leather District to North End, the city of Boston enjoys total geographic coverage from the EB5 Affiliate Network’s regional center in Massachusetts.
Would you like to learn more about receiving USCIS approval to become an EB5 Affiliate Network (EB5AN) business affiliate for your EB-5 project in the Boston region? Just click here.
Affiliating your project with Boston’s EB-5 regional center affords you the following advantages.What are the benefits of affiliating your Boston-based EB-5 project with the EB5AN State of Massachusetts EB-5 regional center?
1. Instant increases in capital for your Boston EB-5 project.
Our EB5AN regional center in Massachusetts offers state-wide coverage, so if your EB-5 project is located in the city of Boston, joining the EB5 Affiliate Network allows you to start seeking EB-5 investment capital right away, anywhere within the city. You can view the fifteen (15) Immigrant Investor EB-5 Regional Centers for which EB5AN has officially obtained approval from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services on the USCIS website.
2. Fulfilling the EB-5 investment requirement of 10 jobs per EB-5 investor via indirect job creation.
If you affiliate with our EB5AN regional center, you’ll be able to include both direct and indirect job creation. Naturally, this will foster higher job creation numbers, which will allow you to raise far more EB-5 capital. If you’re not associated with a regional center, you’re restricted to actual payroll employees—and they have to have been employed for a minimum of two years.
3. Immediate commencement of EB-5 investment capital raising.
Want to start raising capital for your Boston-based EB-5 project right away? If so, allow our experienced team to swiftly handle your EB-5 regional center affiliation process. We can also help you identify the level of EB-5–eligible job creation your project generates, the amount of EB-5 capital your project can support, and whether your project is eligible for affiliation with our regional center in Boston.
To learn more about the process of EB-5 regional center affiliation and its vast range of benefits for your project, please click here.
Want to own your own EB-5 regional center in Boston? It’ll only take three weeks prepare an application for your Boston EB-5 regional center.
It is essential to understand the various legal, economic, and business aspects of the I-924 application in order to successfully fill it out and form your new EB-5 regional center. With a proven track record and highly experienced specialists, EB5AN possesses the necessary resources and competencies to avoid common I-924 pitfalls and complete a first-rate application.
In addition, we have a firm understanding of the USCIS adjudication process and have conducted more than 300 business plans and economic impact studies that comply with USCIS guidelines. Considering that our own regional centers provide full state coverage in over 27 states, and we have applied for more than 75 regional centers, we get things done right the first time.
Would you like more information on how we can swiftly obtain USCIS approval for your EB-5 regional center with Boston coverage? Contact us here to receive a response within 24 hours.
Is Boston a Targeted Employment Area (TEA)?
To answer this question, please consult our free EB-5 TEA Map, which showcases the areas of Boston that automatically qualify for TEA designation.
If you’re not sure why TEA designation is of critical importance for EB-5 projects in Boston and other cities, please visit our TEA Designation page. The page also includes information pertaining to the USCIS’s approval process for TEA designation.
If, after checking the map, you confirm that your EB-5 regional center is located in a TEA designation zone in Boston, please contact USCIS to request an official TEA confirmation letter.
The process is not necessarily simple: Consult our How to Get a TEA Letter page for step-by-step instructions to assist you with requesting a TEA letter. To aid you even further, we’ve provided an example of an official TEA letter and of supporting documents for a TEA letter approval application. Should you have any questions or concerns, don’t hesitate get in touch with us by phone at 1-800-288-9138 or via e-mail at email@example.com. We promise to respond within 24 hours..
Boston is home to a vibrant culture—and economic climate.
Visitors, university students, and investors alike flock to Boston — it’s a popular city. Tourists journey to the city to see famous landmarks such as the Freedom Trail, and Boston University, Harvard University, Northeastern University, and the University of Massachusetts Boston attract numerous students, domestic and international alike. On top of that, Boston sees the EB-5 Regional Center Program as a fantastic chance to boost the US economy and to facilitate the immigration process for foreign investors looking help enrich our country
Our EB5AN State of Massachusetts EB-5 regional center provides coverage for the Hub in Suffolk County. Eligible foreign investors who desire permanent resident status in the U.S. can, via our Massachusetts EB-5 regional center, make an investment in an EB-5 regional center with USCIS approval that serves the city of Boston, as well as the surrounding areas of Lexington, Sharon, and Sudbury.
Boston’s population break down and income demographics.
The city of Boston spans 89.6 square miles, housing 687,584 inhabitants with a population density of 13,938 people per square mile. These figures render it the 19th-most densely populated U.S. city.
Because of Boston’s massive population, attaining USCIS approval for your Boston-based EB-5 project’s EB5 Affiliate Network association could help catalyze significant change in your community. As you would help generate full-time jobs, you would help sink Boston’s unemployment rate.
Reach out to us today for more information on obtaining business affiliate status in association with a USCIS-approved EB5AN regional center or on establishing your own USCIS-approved EB-5 regional center.
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