Administered by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), the EB-5 Program, also known as the Immigrant Investor Program, allows qualified foreign investors who meet specific capital investment and job creation requirements, to obtain their permanent residency and become proud contributors to U.S. communities.
Congress created the EB-5 program in 1990 to benefit the U.S. economy by attracting investments from qualified foreign investors.
In 1992, Congress enhanced the economic impact of the EB-5 program by permitting the designation of Regional Centers to pool EB-5 capital from multiple foreign investors for investment in USCIS-approved economic development projects within a defined geographic region.
To date EB-5 Program has been reauthorized 10 times since 1992.
Successful EB-5 Projects
Capital investments made by EB-5 Regional Centers have supported successful economic development projects across the country.
View a list of EB-5 projects both urban and rural in industries ranging from infrastructure, hotels, education, healthcare, real estate development/redevelopment and more that reinvigorated various U.S. communities.
EB-5 Regional Center Industry Event Calendar