Forming or Renting an EB-5 Regional Center in Newark
Developers in search of an EB-5 regional center with coverage of Newark neighborhoods such as the Central Business District and North Ironbound can find what they’re looking for in the EB5 Affiliate Network (EB5AN) State of New Jersey EB-5 regional center.
You can affiliate your EB-5 project in Newark with our USCIS-approved EB5AN regional center.
When your project is sponsored by our New Jersey EB-5 regional center, you’ll be able to….How is EB5AN regional center rental beneficial for your Newark EB-5 project?
1. Connect with EB-5 investment funds immediately.
Regardless of what area of Newark your EB-5 project is in, you’ll be able to raise EB-5 capital as soon as you’re affiliated because our EB5AN State of New Jersey EB-5 regional center covers the entire state, so all areas of Newark are within our coverage. All 15 of our regional centers, including our New Jersey regional center, have obtained approval from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), and you can view them on the USCIS website.
2. Count more created jobs to attract more EB-5 investors.
Each EB-5 investor is required to make an investment that creates 10 new full-time jobs. Investors are attracted to projects that create enough jobs to help them easily fulfill this requirement, so they usually pursue regional center projects. These projects are able to include indirectly created jobs in their job creation numbers for a higher total number of jobs created. By affiliating with our Newark EB-5 regional center, you can make your project more accessible to EB-5 investors, thereby making EB-5 capital more accessible for your project.
3. Get started on fundraising for your project sooner.
You can bypass the project delays associated with forming your own EB-5 regional center by affiliating with our existing EB-5 regional center in Newark. Our seasoned EB5AN team will collaborate with you to assess your project’s potential to create jobs and support EB-5 capital as well as its compatibility with our New Jersey regional center. We’ll complete the affiliation process rapidly so you can begin fundraising without delay.
At this page you can find answers to your questions about how the EB-5 regional center affiliation process works and its advantages for your EB-5 project in Newark.
With EB5 Affiliate Network, your I-924 petition to form a new EB-5 regional center can be ready to submit in just 3 weeks.
Having completed hundreds of USCIS-compliant business plans and economic impact studies and obtained USCIS approval for regional centers covering more than 20 state EB5AN has both the resources and the experience to prepare your I-924, the Application for Regional Center. Our team understands the intricacies of the I-924, including its legal, business, and economic elements and its adjudication by USCIS. With our expertise, your I-924 petition can be ready to submit in weeks, not months.
For details about how we can obtain faster USCIS approval for your I-924 petition to form a new regional center, contact our team. We respond to inquiries within 24 hours.
Get your new EB-5 regional center in Newark up and running significantly faster by partnering with EB5 Affiliate Network.
Average processing times for new EB-5 regional centers
By working with EB5AN to prepare the I-924 application, prospective regional center owners wait an average of 5 months less than other I-924 applicants to receive USCIS approval.
Is your project’s location in Newark designated as a Targeted Employment Area (TEA)?
You can see whether your EB-5 project is in a targeted employment area by consulting our free EB-5 TEA Map which shows census tracts with high unemployment rates.
To better understand the process USCIS employs to approve TEA designations or to see a list of reasons TEA designation is an important consideration for your EB-5 project, please visit our TEA Designation page.
To prove to USCIS that your project is within the boundaries of a TEA, you’ll need a formal certification letter. This document is obtained upon request from a New Jersey EB-5 TEA state agency.
You can find a guide to requesting a TEA letter at our page How to Get a TEA Letter. In addition to detailed instructions, we offer an example TEA letter and sample materials that may prove useful in requesting your TEA letter. We can also assist you personally within 24 hours if you call 1-800-288-9138, send an e-mail to email@example.com, or complete our contact form.
The city of Newark and its economy are growing.
Attractions such as the New Jersey Performing Arts Center and Branch Brook Park delight tourists, and Rutgers University-Newark, the most diverse national university in the US, educates students from across the country and the globe. The city of Newark has also supported the EB-5 Regional Center Program to promote US economic growth and opportunities for immigrant investors.
Foreign investors pursuing US permanent residency are able to invest in Newark EB-5 projects through our EB5AN State of New Jersey EB-5 regional center. This USCIS-approved EB-5 regional center provides coverage of all of Essex County, including Newark neighbors such as Bloomfield, West Orange, and Montclair.
Population and income in the state of New Jersey
Newark is the largest city in New Jersey, with more than 281,000 people, and the second largest city in the New York City metropolitan area. It’s a major transportation hub, situated just 8 miles west of lower Manhattan in the Port of New York and New Jersey.
By affiliating your EB-5 project with our USCIS-approved EB-5 regional center in Newark, you’ll be able to create an economic impact in your community that includes new job opportunities for its large population as well as a lower unemployment rate.
Contact us today for more details about how to affiliate your Newark EB-5 project with an EB5 Affiliate Network EB-5 regional center or to set up a USCIS-approved Newark EB-5 regional center. You can reach us at 1-800-288-9138, or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. A member of our team will respond to your inquiry within 24 hours.