Los Angeles EB-5 Regional Center
Downtown, the Arts District, Brentwood, and every other area of Los Angeles are covered by the EB5 Affiliate Network’s regional center in California.
For more details about renting a USCIS-approved EB5 Affiliate Network (EB5AN) regional center for a project in Los Angeles, click here.
Renting our EB5AN State of California EB-5 regional center can provide significant advantages for your EB-5 project.
By affiliating with our EB-5 regional center, you’ll be able to…
- Connect your Los Angeles EB-5 project with EB-5 investors immediately.
Our California EB-5 regional center has coverage of all of Los Angeles, so regardless of what part of the city your project is in, you can raise EB-5 capital through our regional center. The EB5AN California regional center is approved by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), as are all 14 of EB5AN’s other regional centers. Each of them can be found on the USCIS website.
- Count both direct and indirect jobs toward the EB-5 program’s job creation requirement.
Project developers in Los Angeles are able to raise EB-5 funds more easily when their projects are affiliated with an EB-5 regional center because regional center projects can consider indirectly created jobs as part of their economic impact. Since these projects tend to have higher job creation figures, they empower EB-5 investors to meet the job creation requirement easily. With more eager EB-5 investors, developers can fund their projects with EB-5 capital as a larger percentage of the capital stack.
- Get to work on your project right away rather than waiting for I-924 approval for a new regional center.
Our EB5AN team can carry out the regional center affiliation process promptly so you can start raising EB-5 capital for your project in L.A. We’ll collaborate with you to determine your project’s eligibility for affiliation with our EB5AN regional center in California. We’ll also help you calculate the amount of EB-5 investment funding the project can support and its potential to create an adequate number of jobs. Your affiliation will be established quickly, and you’ll have instant access to EB-5 capital.
Read How Affiliation Works to understand the advantages of EB-5 regional center affiliation and the process of renting an EB-5 regional center in Los Angeles.
Within just 3 weeks, we’ll prepare your I-924 petition to form a new Los Angeles EB-5 regional center.
Our expert team of economists, attorneys, and business people is uniquely qualified to assist you in your pursuit of USCIS approval for a new EB-5 regional center. Our years of experience with USCIS adjudication include full-state regional centers covering more than 20 states as well as more than 300 USCIS-compliant business plans and economic impact studies. EB5AN is familiar with the particulars of the I-924 application, including its many vital components and its characteristic difficulties. Our experience and resources have equipped us to prepare your I-924 quickly and expertly.
We can do more than complete your I-924 application speedily; we can also get it approved faster. Contact us to find out how, and we’ll be in touch within 24 hours.
With EB5 Affiliate Network, you can reduce the time it takes to set up a new USCIS-approved Los Angeles EB-5 regional center.
Average processing times for new EB-5 regional centers
Petitioners filing the I-924 Application for Regional Center with the help of EB5AN wait an average of 5 months less for USCIS approval than the typical petitioner.
Where are the Targeted Employment Areas (TEAs) in Los Angeles?
You can see whether your EB-5 project is in a targeted employment area by viewing our Free EB-5 TEA Map. For insight into the importance of TEA designation for your EB-5 project and the USCIS approval process for TEA designations, see our TEA Designation page.
After confirming TEA designation for your Los Angeles EB-5 project’s location, it’s crucial to obtain proof of this status—a TEA certification letter, available through one of California’s EB-5 TEA state agencies.
You can learn how to request this document by reading How to Get a TEA Letter. At this page, we offer a step-by-step guide to requesting your TEA letter, an official example of a TEA letter, and helpful supplementary documents to accompany your TEA letter request. We’re also available by phone at 1-800-288-9138, by e-mail at email@example.com, or through our website. We respond to inquiries within 24 hours.
The city of Los Angeles and its economic climate are vibrant.
Besides providing tourists with endless diversion at Disneyland and many other attractions, the City of Angels is a popular destination for students who come to attend the University of Southern California and the University of California-Los Angeles. L.A. has also welcomed the EB-5 Regional Center Program and the economic growth it promises through contributions by immigrant investors who want to make America their new home.
Through EB5 Affiliate Network’s California EB-5 regional center, EB-5 projects in Los Angeles County and nearby Santa Monica, Manhattan Beach, and Irvine are covered. Qualified foreign investors can contribute to these projects by investing through our USCIS-approved EB-5 regional center with geographic coverage of Los Angeles.
Population and income in the state of California
With a population of over 4 million, Los Angeles is the largest city in California and the second largest city in the United States.
Since the city’s population is expected to continue growing, its citizens will need more housing and jobs. You can help meet that need by affiliating your EB-5 project with our EB5 Affiliate Network EB-5 regional center in California. By creating jobs to fulfill EB-5 program requirements, you can help lower the unemployment rate for the people of L.A. and provide the city with beneficial economic stimulus.
Contact us today for more details about setting up a new USCIS-approved EB-5 regional center in Los Angeles or for information about the process of renting our EB5AN regional center.
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