Portland, Oregon EB-5 Regional Center
The EB5 Affiliate Network’s regional center in Portland, Oregon has geographic coverage of the entire city, including the Pearl District, Old Town Chinatown, and all other Portland neighborhoods.
If you are interested in affiliating with EB5 Affiliate Network (EB5AN), visit our site to learn more about our organization and how we can help you with your Portland EB-5 project.
Three reasons to affiliate with EB5AN’s Oregon EB-5 regional center
- You will be able to begin raising EB-5 capital right away.
EB5AN’s State of Oregon regional center has geographic coverage for the entire state of Oregon, so if you affiliate with our regional center for your Portland project, you will be able to begin raising EB-5 investment capital immediately. EB5AN currently has fifteen functioning regional centers that have been approved by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). A complete list of approved regional centers is available on USCIS’s own website.
- You will be able to count indirect jobs in addition to direct jobs in the total job count, making it easier to meet the 10-job requirement for each EB-5 investor.
When investors place their money in EB-5 projects that are affiliated with a regional center, they have the added security of being able to count indirect jobs towards the total job count. For direct investments that bypass a regional center, only direct employees of the new commercial enterprise can be included when a total job count is taken. Regional center investments also allow project developers to raise a greater amount of EB-5 capital since more jobs can be created, permitting more investors to be involved.
- You will be able to quickly complete the affiliation process and kick off your project.
EB5AN has an experienced team of specialists who can help you get your project affiliated with our regional center as quickly as possible. We can help you identify the number of jobs your project will create, the amount of capital you should raise, and whether or not your project meets our regional center’s affiliation criteria.
To learn more about our EB-5 regional center in Portland, Oregon and discover how we can contribute to the success of your project, visit our site. Renting or affiliating with our Oregon EB-5 regional center may be the best decision you ever make for the success of your EB-5 project.
We can help you complete your application for regional center approval in a mere three weeks.
If you are interested in starting your own regional center, we can help you with that, too. Regional center approval requires the completion of an I-924 application, Application for Regional Center Designation Under the Immigrant Investor Program. The application can be somewhat complicated, and having someone with experience in all the legal, economic, and business aspects of the process can be valuable to a successful application. EB5AN has extensive experience with I-924 applications, both with completing the application and going through the adjudication process. At this point in time, EB5AN has regional centers that cover the entirety of over 27 states and has finished over 300 USCIS-compliant business plans and economic impact studies.
To find out more about getting approval for your own EB-5 regional center, contact a member of our team. We will get back to you within 24 hours.
Designated Targeted Employment Areas (TEAs)
To see if your EB-5 regional center project is located in an area that has been designated as a TEA, view our free EB-5 TEA Map.
To learn more about why it is important to locate your project in a TEA and the process of TEA approval, please see our TEA Designation page.
National EB-5 Targeted Employment Area (TEA) map
Once you have determined that your EB-5 project is located within a TEA, you can then request a TEA certification letter as proof from a TEA state agency.
For detailed directions to obtain a TEA certification letter, visit our page How to Get a TEA Letter. We have included a sample TEA letter and a list of materials you should include with your certification letter request. We are also available by phone at 1-800-288-9138 or by e-mail at email@example.com. You have our word that we will respond within 24 hours.
Portland’s growing economy
Portland is a popular place to visit for tourists as well as being a popular place of residence for university students, business professionals, and more. Students at Portland State University and the University of Portland thrive in the bustling environment, and Portland is the home to several well-known landmarks, such as the Portland Japanese Garden. The city of Portland has also given full support to the EB-5 Regional Center Program as an excellent option for foreign nationals wishing to immigrate to the United States through investments.
EB5AN’s regional center in Oregon covers the entire Rose City as well as Multnomah, Washington, and Clackamas Counties along with other counties throughout the state. Our State of Oregon regional center allows foreign investors with adequate capital to obtain permanent resident status in the United States through investment in a USCIS-designated EB-5 regional center that covers all of Portland, including the surrounding areas of Bethany, Lake Oswego, and Cedar Mill.
Population and income in Oregon
Portland ranks 183rd on the list of the most densely populated cities in the United States. Its population of 639,863 spread over a total area of 145 square miles gives it a total population density of 4,793 people per square mile.
One of the biggest benefits of the EB-5 program is the creation of new full time jobs for U.S. workers. Affiliating with or renting EB5AN’s regional center or establishing your own regional center would allow you to play a large role in reducing the unemployment rate in Portland, Oregon.
Let us know right away if you’re interested in affiliating with one of EB5AN’s USCIS-approved regional centers or would like assistance in forming your own regional center. We can get started today.
Reach us by phone at 1-800-288-9138 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org to put your EB-5 plans into action.