EB-5 Regional Center in Canton
Our State of Michigan EB-5 Regional Center encompasses the Charter Township of Canton, including other areas of Wayne County and the greater Detroit and Ann Arbor metropolitan areas. Affiliating with our EB-5 Affiliate Network (EB5AN) allows your project many advantages, whether you want to raise capital or start your own regional center. Contact us to get started.
When you affiliate with our EB-5 Affiliate Network, you can take advantage of numerous benefits.
Projects affiliated with our State of Michigan EB-5 Regional Center have advantages over those that are not. When you get on board with EB5AN, you’ll be able to…
- Start raising funds anywhere in the area.
Through our Michigan regional center, which encompasses the entire state, you have access to EB-5 capital from anywhere in Wayne County and the greater Detroit area. Our Michigan center is one of 15 approved regional centers nationwide, which you can view here on the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) website.
- Define your economic impact more broadly.
To meet investors’ needs, a standard EB-5 project must create 10 full-time American jobs, all of which must last for 24 months or more. When you affiliate with EB5AN, you may include indirectly created jobs in your job creation numbers. This allows investors to fulfill their quotas for economic development more efficiently and makes your project more attractive as an investment opportunity and path to citizenship.
- Let the best professionals handle the logistics while you start raising capital.
Since our team has experience with all the details of USCIS compliance, you can leave the affiliation process to us while you focus on raising capital. While our team handles the logistical hurdles of acquiring funding in keeping with USCIS guidelines, you can spend time getting the financial backing your project needs. You can go to this page to find out the first steps toward affiliation.
Jumpstart the process of creating your own EB-5 regional center with aI-924 ready for submission in three short weeks.
It takes some organizations months to draft an I-924 application worthy of USCIS standards. The application entails a large amount of documentation and requires a litany of legal, financial, and managerial details to be assembled in a coherent manner. While this can be daunting even for professionals, our team has extensive experience with the drafting ofthe application itself and the long adjudication process. Our experienced professionals can navigate both of these stages smoothly, anticipating common challenges. Our team here at EB5AN has completed more than 300 economic studies and business plans in compliance with USCIS criteria and created 15 USCIS approved regional centers covering 20 states. When you allow us to navigate this process for you, you avail yourself of some of the most experienced professionals in the industry. Contact us here for more information on fast USCIS approval.
Is my Canton EB-5 project within TEA boundaries?
A targeted employment area, or TEA, is an underdeveloped or economically struggling geographic area, as designated by the government. When your project operates within the bounds of a TEA, you may receive certain benefits. You can learn about the advantages you may be eligible for onour TEA Designation page. To find out whether your project could benefit from TEA advantages, look it up on our Free EB-5 TEA Map.
To move forward with registering your project as TEA appropriate, you’ll need to petition a TEA state agency for a TEA certification letter. On our How to Get a TEA Letter page, we provide a sample letter as well as advice on the application process. We’re available for additional help at 1-800-288-9138, or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. When you fill out our contact form, we’ll reply within 24 hours.
Opportunity in Canton
The second-largest township in Michigan, Canton is also one of the fastest growing, with the population of over 90,000 steadily increasing. Manufacturing, healthcare, and education are the top employers in the area, with retail making a close fourth. The Charter Township of Canton is equidistant from Ann Arbor and Detroit and absorbs much traffic between the two larger hubs of activity in Michigan. With a median household income of 93,000 and poverty rate of 5.8%, Canton has both the capability and motivation to support and benefit from outside development opportunities.
Foreign investors have a clear path to citizenship by working through our USCIS approved Michigan regional center, and by becoming an affiliate of the EB5 Affiliate Network, you can play an active role in bringing new development to the people of Canton.