The EB-5 Regional Center Located in Buffalo
The bustling city of Buffalo receives comprehensive EB-5 coverage from the EB5 Affiliate Network’s regional center in New York. We serve the city in its entirety, from Allen to the Central Business District and all additional districts.
This is your opportunity to affiliate your Buffalo-based EB-5 project with a USCIS-approved EB5 Affiliate Network (EB5AN) regional center. Learn more here.
Affiliating with our EB5AN regional center will increase your earnings potential—among other benefits.
Check out just a few of the advantages of affiliation below.
- The ability to instantly start raising capital for your EB-5 project
With state-wide coverage in the busy state of New York, EB5AN enables affiliated EB-5 projects located in Buffalo to commence the accumulation of capital instantly—anywhere within the city. If you’d like to view the 15 Immigrant Investor Regional Centers for which EB5AN has attained official approval from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, please visit the USCIS website.
- Facilitated investor requirements
The requirement itself doesn’t change—you still need to create 10 new jobs. However, affiliating with the EB5AN significantly facilitates the process of fulfilling this condition. Unlike non-affiliates, which depend solely on payroll employees, affiliate EB-5 projects are allowed to count not only direct but also indirect job creation, naturally generating higher figures. Ultimately, this means you’ll be able to raise even more capital for your EB-5 project with Buffalo coverage.
- Quick, painless affiliation with assistance from our highly skilled team
If you’d like to start amassing EB-5 capital quickly, wading through a sea of bureaucratic documents yourself is not the way to go. Our team is extensively experienced with the affiliation process, so let us aid you. All we need is your cooperation to determine whether your project is eligible for affiliation with our regional center, to predict the level of job creation it will likely produce, and to ascertain the amount of capital necessary to bring your vision to fruition.
There are many reasons to affiliate your Buffalo EB-5 project with our regional center: Visit this page to learn more about them as well as the affiliation process.
How about establishing your very own EB-5 regional center in Buffalo? Let us help you with the I-924 application.
Allow us to assist you, and you’ll have your own EB-5 regional center set up in Buffalo in only three weeks. The application to form a new EB-5 regional center—the I-924—is complicated, incorporating a myriad of legal, economic, and business aspects that render the application process difficult for someone unfamiliar with it. However, the EB5AN team possesses not only vast knowledge of the application process but also all the practical skills necessary to complete I-924 applications quickly and skillfully. Given that we offer full regional center coverage in over 20 states, we’re no strangers to USCIS-compliant business plans and economic impact studies, having already completed more than 300 of them.
If you have any questions about how we can rapidly obtain USCIS approval for your Buffalo-based EB-5 project, reach out to us. Our response times are fast, too—we never take more than 24 hours.
Obtain USCIS approval for your EB-5 regional center up to five months quicker by working with the EB5 Affiliate Network to fill out the I-924 application.
Average processing times for new EB-5 regional centers
The graphic paints a pretty clear picture: I-924 applications that have been prepared by EB5AN have consistently received USCIS approval as much as five months sooner than the USCIS average.
What’s a Targeted Employment Area (TEA), and does your Buffalo EB-5 regional center fall into one?
First of all, please refer to our TEA Designation page to discover what a TEA is and why TEA designation is so crucial for EB-5 projects. Once you have a basic understanding of TEAs, use our free EB-5 TEA Map to determine whether your EB-5 regional center with Buffalo coverage is located in a TEA.
National EB-5 Targeted Employment Area (TEA) map
If you discover that your EB-5 regional center project is indeed located in a TEA in Buffalo, you’ll need to contact an EB-5 TEA state agency in order to request a formal TEA certification letter.
You can find a guide for the application process on our How to Get a TEA Letter page. In addition to the step-by-step instructions, please also refer to the sample TEA letter and supplementary documentation. Have questions? Ask us directly by phone (1-800-288-9138) or via e-mail (email@example.com). We promise you won’t be waiting any longer than 24 hours for a response.
Buffalo is full of life and boasts a booming economy.
Every year, the city of Buffalo attracts countless tourists, academics, and investors from around the nation and around the world. Famous sights, such as the Frank Lloyd Wright Darwin D. Martin House Complex, bring in the tourists, and scholars from around the world enroll in the University at Buffalo to broaden their academic horizons. That’s not all—Buffalo also entices foreign investors by advocating the EB-5 Regional Center Program, which it deems a positive opportunity to support the U.S. economy and improve the lives of eligible foreign investors.
Erie County’s City of Good Neighbors is fully covered by our EB5AN State of New York EB-5 regional center, which offers qualified foreign investors the chance to obtain a U.S. green card in exchange for an investment in a USCIS-approved EB-5 regional center that geographically covers Buffalo and the surrounding areas of Williamsville, Eggertsville, and Clarence Center.
Population and income in the city of Buffalo
Buffalo is a large city, covering 52.5 square miles, and with a population of 256,902, many people call it home. Of all the cities in the United States, it is the 119th-most densely populated.
Would you like to generate measurable positive change in Buffalo? By affiliating your USCIS-approved EB-5 project with EB5AN, you’ll be able to create numerous jobs in Buffalo, supporting both the population and the economy of the city.
Need more information on how to become an affiliate of an EB5AN regional center or how to establish your own USCIS-approved EB-5 regional center? Contact us here, call us at 1-800-288-9138, or shoot us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.