What kinds of regional center projects are currently available in the EB-5 marketplace? What are the leading industries for EB-5 projects?
There are hundreds of regional centers, and possibly thousands of opportunities for investment in other types of projects.
USCIS publishes a list of the approved regional centers which you may research. The majority of regional center projects are real estate development/construction. You should consider engaging the services of an EB-5 due diligence professional and an experienced EB-5 immigration attorney who could also share their experience on what regional center projects are well-known and have been successful.
There are many different types of regional centers. The USCIS has designated over 600 regional centers. Many of these regional centers are construction/commercial real estate development projects. It would be wise for any prospective immigrant investor to engage the services of a due diligence firm or other independent EB-5 industry expert to help you narrow the choices to a few that will be the most appealing to you and your personal situation.
There are hundreds. I would check the internet; real estate developments seem to be favored at this time.
You can find a complete list of regional centers on the USCIS website. If you click on each link, you can see the various projects that the regional centers offer.
There are over 400 USCIS approved regional centers. However, not all of them are running projects, and not all of the projects are successful. I suggest you start your research by speaking with an immigration attorney who can tell you which projects are successful from an immigration standpoint.
There are over 600 approved Regional Centers. Predominantly real estate development.
There are over 400 regional centers in the United States that invest in a wide variety of projects. The most common is real estate development.
There are hundreds of regional centers and active EB-5 projects across nearly any industry you can think of (mostly commercial and residential construction, hotels, mixed-use development, manufacturing). Retaining immigration counsel will help you perform immigration due diligence on a project of interest, and many attorneys are familiar with some of the more successful EB-5 programs in the industry.
The vast majority of regional center projects involve real estate development and construction, such as hotels, resorts, shopping complexes, residential condos, etc. There are also many projects in other industries, such as transportation, energy, etc, but the majority are nonetheless construction.
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