Forming an EB-5 Regional Center in Frederick, Maryland
Developers who need an EB-5 regional center with geographic coverage of the city of Frederick, Maryland, including Downtown, Baker Park, and the Golden Mile, can affiliate with the EB5 Affiliate Network (EB5AN) State of Maryland EB-5 Regional Center to raise EB-5 capital for their projects.
To learn how to affiliate your EB-5 project in Frederick with EB5AN regional center that has been approved by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), contact EB5AN today.
What are the advantages of EB5AN State of Maryland Regional Center affiliation for your project?
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1. Gather EB-5 investment funding for your project quickly.
The EB5AN Maryland EB-5 regional center, with complete coverage of the state, will make it possible for you to search for EB-5 investment capital anywhere in Frederick. Like all the regional centers EB5AN operates, this is a USCIS-approved regional center.
2. Fulfill EB-5 program requirements easily.
EB5AN business affiliation allows EB-5 projects to include their wider economic impact in their job creation totals, since they can count indirect jobs in addition to direct jobs (direct employees of the new business). This difference between the direct and regional center investment models enables developers to fund their projects with a higher percentage of EB-5 capital.
3. Expedite the affiliation process so you can start raising capital.
Our professional team will help you determine the potential economic impact of your project, including its job creation numbers and ability to support EB-5 capital, and whether it’s suited to affiliation with our Frederick regional center. We’ll proceed through the regional center affiliation process so you can turn your attention to generating EB-5 investment funds.
Our expert team can also help you form a new USCIS-approved regional center in Frederick.
Within just three weeks, we can bring EB5AN’s professional expertise to bear on your I-924 application to streamline a process that often takes months. We’ve submitted more than 300 business plans and economic impact studies to USCIS and gained approval for EB5AN regional centers that cover more than 20 states, so our team members are well versed in the complex USCIS adjudication process and the necessary elements of the I-924 application, from the legal documentation to the economic reports.
We’re available to assist you with questions about EB-5 regional center approval, and we’ll respond within 24 hours after you contact us.
Is your project located in a targeted employment area?
Because targeted employment area (TEA) designation holds numerous benefits for EB-5 projects in Frederick 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 Frederick, 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 firstname.lastname@example.org. We promise to respond within 24 hours.
Frederick and its economy are growing.
Frederick has welcomed the EB-5 Regional Center Program with the possibilities it presents for US economic growth and for immigrant investors seeking permanent residency. EB5AN’s State of Maryland EB-5 Regional Center covers Frederick County and nearby Taneytown, Mount Airy, and Walkersville, providing opportunities for foreign investors to meet EB-5 program requirements and fund USCIS-approved EB-5 regional center projects that benefit Frederick. As a developer, you can add to Frederick’s growing appeal as a tourist destination (with sites like the National Museum of Civil War Medicine) by developing successful EB-5 projects in Frederick and its neighboring areas.
Maryland population breakdown and income demographics
Frederick County is the largest county in Maryland and part of the Washington-Baltimore-Arlington combined statistical area. The city of Frederick has a population of 70,060.
Frederick’s strategic location is a boon for project developers who want to affiliate with an EB5 Affiliate Network regional center in Maryland. You are in a great position to provide employment opportunities for the people of Frederick and contribute to economic growth in your community.
You can gain more knowledge about business affiliation with an EB5AN regional center or seek assistance with forming a new USCIS-approved regional center by contacting us today at 1-800-288-9138 or email@example.com.