EB5 Affiliate Network’s EB-5 Regional Center in Edison
Edison is a bustling hub, so it’s no wonder you’re considering opening an EB-5 regional center nearby. Team up with EB5AN’s regional center in Edison, and you can take advantage of everything the Edison area has to offer. Connect with us today to learn more about EB5AN affiliation for your upcoming Edison project.
Become affiliated with our EB5AN State of New Jersey Regional Center and discover numerous benefits
1. Get investment capital and projects started sooner in Edison.
Around the country, there are numerous USCIS-designated Immigrant Investor Regional Centers in the EB5AN family, and Edison, New Jersey, falls under this umbrella. When you affiliate with the EB5AN Edison regional center, you receive several benefits, including faster EB-5 investment capital raising potential. The comprehensive coverage of EB5AN’s regional center includes every city and town in New Jersey.
2. Your investors get more—and give more.
One of investors’ biggest hurdles is the job-creation requirement of the EB-5 program, which states that each investor’s investment must create 10 full-time jobs. Unaffiliated projects can count only direct jobs toward this requirement. However, when you’re affiliated with an EB5AN regional center, you can count indirect jobs, too. This will attract more investors to your Edison EB-5 project.
3. You’re never alone, with our expert help on your side.
The EB-5 process can feel overwhelming, but when you’re affiliated with an EB5AN regional center, you instantly have a team of experts on your side. Take advantage of a complete proposal overview so you get peace of mind knowing professionals are taking care of the affiliation requirements. You’ll also know how many jobs your project has the capacity to create and how much capital you can raise.
To get started, contact EB5AN today to find out more about the benefits available through regional center affiliation in Edison, New Jersey.
Take care of the I-924 application with ease with our EB5AN regional center in Edison.
The I-924 application can be daunting, but you’ll have a team working for you to make the process as fast and easy as possible. Already, the EB5AN team has undertaken more than 300 economic impact studies and business plans in the 20-state coverage area of EB5AN regional centers, which includes New Jersey. Our experience is your gain.
Let us help you take care of the I-924 application. All you have to do is contact us for faster processing. You’ll receive a response to any questions within 24 hours.
Is your project in a targeted employment area?
Because targeted employment area (TEA) designation holds numerous benefits for EB-5 projects in Edison and other cities, it is important to understand both the benefits of and the USCIS process for TEA designation. To determine whether your EB-5 project location falls within a TEA, please consult our free EB-5 TEA map, which includes data for the entire United States. All you need to do is to enter the project address—the rest of the process is automated.
The EB5AN TEA map relies on the most recently published versions of two data sets, namely American Community Survey (ACS) five-year data and Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) data. It assesses TEA eligibility based on four calculation methodologies USCIS accepts—three related to calculating unemployment rates and one related to qualification as a rural TEA. Unemployment rates are calculated using (1) American Community Survey (ACS) five-year unemployment data by census tract, (2) the census-share methodology, which is based on a combination of ACS data and county-level BLS data, and (3) BLS county-level data for TEA determination on a county-wide level. To determine rural qualification, population and geographical data are considered. To qualify as a TEA, a project site needs to qualify under only one calculation method.
A TEA can also be created by combining directly adjacent census tracts and considering the weighted average unemployment rate. The EB5AN TEA map performs this function automatically.
If you confirm that your EB-5 regional center is located in a TEA in Edison, you can also use the EB5AN TEA map to instantly download a free TEA Qualification Report that shows all the data and calculations that support TEA qualification for your project location. Should you have any questions or concerns, don’t hesitate to contact the EB5AN team by phone at 1-800-288-9138 or via e-mail at email@example.com. We promise to respond within 24 hours.
Edison: Now that’s a bright idea
Edison, New Jersey, might not be named after the creator of the Edison bulb, but it is the namesake of the inventor of the phonograph. In fact, there’s an Edison Memorial Tower and Museum to visit with your loved ones or on a solo adventure. These are just a couple of the attractions that bring tourists to the area and to nearby towns such as Woodbridge Township and New Brunswick. Edison is full of things for tourists and investors to do, such as exploring Roosevelt Park or checking out the beautiful Rutgers Gardens.
Located in Middlesex County, Edison boasts some great culture, which can often be found at the State Theatre. Investors are interested in the many small businesses and start-ups expected to be the next Hailey’s Harp & Pub or Cypress Brewing Company. Whether it’s Edison’s beautiful outdoors or strong microbrew game that’s piqued your interest, you’re not alone. Investors and travelers are also taking note.
New Jersey population breakdown and income demographics
The population of Edison is just over 100,000, but it’s a bedroom community to the nearby larger city of New Brunswick, with a population of over 750,000. Already, Edison is becoming a favorite community for those who need to be close to a big city—whether for more culture or job opportunities—but love the intimacy and quietness of a smaller town.
Is Edison, New Jersey the perfect place for your project? Get in touch with us now about opening your own EB-5 regional center or acquiring affiliation with the EB5AN State of New Jersey EB-5 Regional Center.
Call us at 1-800-288-9138 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.