Starting your own EB-5 Regional Center in Washington, D.C.
If you are looking to start an EB-5 regional center in the nation’s capital, you need to become an affiliate of the EB5 Affiliate Network (EB5AN). Our center in Washington, D.C., covers the city proper including neighborhoods such as Dupont Circle, U-Street, and all others. The advantages to becoming a business affiliate of EB5AN, which is approved by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), are many. Find Out How to working with EB5AN on your EB-5 regional center project in Worcester.to affiliate your EB-5 project in Washington, D.C., with EB5 Affiliate Network.
Here is what affiliation with our regional center enables you to do: raise capital faster, improve job creation numbers, and get help filling out the I-924 form. Let’s examine each one of these advantages more closely.Affiliating your EB-5 project in the District of Columbia with the EB5AN regional center in Washington is critical to your success.
1. Start raising investment capital immediately for your EB-5 project in the District of Columbia.
Since EB5AN’s regional center in Washington covers all parts of the District of Columbia, your Washington EB-5 project’s affiliation with EB5AN empowers you to raise investment capital right away from any location in Washington. USCIS has approved 15 Immigrant Investor Centers like the one in D.C. You can find them listed on the USCIS website.
2. Fulfill the EB-5 investment requirement around job creation through indirect job totals.
Requirements state that EB-5 projects must create 10 jobs for every EB-5 investor. Affiliating with our regional centers enables you to count jobs created both directly and indirectly from the project. Using both figures will improve job creation totals, which can lead to substantially more EB-5 capital. If your project is not affiliated with one of our centers, you can only count employees that have been on a payroll for at least two years.
3. Tap into the expertise of our experienced team to run through the affiliation process quickly.
Years of experience enable our team to efficiently complete the affiliation process for our EB-5 regional centers. Moving swiftly through this process empowers you to start fundraising for your EB-5 project right away. We help you make important determinations regarding your project such as job creation totals (EB-5 eligible jobs), the amount of capital your project can support, and what criteria your project meets for affiliation with our EB-5 regional center in Washington.
The process for affiliating with the Washington EB-5 regional center is Outlined this page. This is also where you can learn more about the benefits that EB-5 regional center affiliation can deliver to your project.
Three weeks is all we need to get your Washington EB-5 regional center up and running.
Your first step in forming a new EB-5 regional center is completing an I-924 application. The I-924, which asks for legal, economic, and business information, can be tricky. Taking advantage of EB5AN’s experience in successfully filling out these forms is a wise investment. We have the resources needed to complete the forms and the knowledge required to recognize pitfalls. With more than 300 business plans and economic impact studies. to our credit, we know what it takes to get plans compliant with USCIS. We cover more than 20 states through our network of state regional centers.
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Targeted Employment Areas deliver significant advantages.
Qualifying as a Targeted Employment Area (TEA) can benefit your EB-5 regional center. Consult our EB-5 TEA Map. (free of charge) to determine if your project meets the requirements for a TEA. Our TEA Designation page . shows why your project should pursue TEA status. In addition, you can read how USCIS ultimately judges evidence and assigns TEAs.
Once you know whether your EB-5 project in Washington qualifies as a TEA, you need to ask one of the EB-5 TEA state agencies for a formal TEA certification letter. To learn how to do this, read our directions for securing a TEA letter. You can also review an example of an official TEA letter as well as additional resources for TEA letter requests. Get in touch with us . at (800) 288-9138 or email@example.com. for a guaranteed response in 24 hours.
Washington, D.C., boasts a strong, diverse economy.
The District of Columbia attracts a diverse group of visitors every year—tourists, students, investors, and others. Washington is one of the top tourist destinations in the U.S., with historic landmarks such as the Washington Monument, U.S. Capitol, and Capitol Hill attracting thousands of visitors. The city’s universities, including George Washington University and Georgetown University, bring in students from across the nation and around the world. Because of this, the city is a perfect fit for the EB-5 Regional Center Program, which can help drive economic growth and provide an incentive to foreign investors looking to come to this country.
Every part of D.C. is covered by our EB5AN regional center, which enables qualified foreign investors seeking to become permanent U.S. residents to invest in a USCIS-approved EB-5 project that includes all of Washington, D.C., and nearby areas such as Arlington, Broadlands, and North Potomac.
Population and income in the city of Washington
While Washington, D.C., spreads over just 68.3 square miles, it boasts a population of 658,893 (a population density of 11,148 people per square mile, making it the 39th most densely populated city in the nation). An EB-5 project in Washington that is USCIS-approved and affiliated with the EB5 Affiliate Network would produce numerous benefits to this community—including full-time jobs and a subsequent reduction in unemployment.
Don’t delay.Contact us right away to get step-by-step instructions for becoming affiliated with a USCIS-approved EB5AN regional center. You can also learn how to start your own EB-5 regional center. The number to call is (800) 288-9138. You can also firstname.lastname@example.org.