America Regional Center (ARC) focuses on the investment and development of significant real estate projects throughout the state of Florida and selective US locations.
ARC helps investors find right regional center for their investment needs and goals. ARC seeks to contribute economic growth of the country, improved regional productivity, creation of new jobs and increased domestic capital investment as having its customers invest in regional centers under EB-5 Visa program. The ARC team is composed of an impressive array of internationally noted developers, financiers, investment fund managers, brokers and leading immigration attorneys. Each principal is committed to providing the highest level of professional service to our valued investors and their families, through our elite concierge program.
Live Permanently in America in Six Months using the EB-5 Visa Program
If you and your family want to become legal permanent residents of the USA (get a green card) and you can afford to invest $500,000 in one of the Government approved EB5 regional center programs you could be living legally in America in six months. You can choose to live anywhere in the USA by using this program which includes green cards for you, your wife/husband and all children under 21. Your children can attend all American schools, colleges and universities under this program. Get all the facts on which regional center is best for you and which EB5 program gives you the greencard as quickly as possible with the most success and you could be living in the USA in six months.
Job creation methodology/model should be supported by sound and accepted economic forecasting tools for the specific geographical focus of the Regional Center. In the past IRCU has accepted Impact Analysis for Planning (IMPLAN), Regional Input-Output Modeling System RIMS II, and other generally accepted economic models.
The proposal should clearly reflect the basic EB-5 Requirements, most importantly:
• Requisite Investment capital value threshold ($500K vs. $1 million) • Active investment provisions • Lawful Source of Funds • Investment capital at risk • Active involvement of Alien Investor
The U.S. government suggests that the following documents be included in the proposal:
A sample agreement or investment offering memo between Regional Center & Alien Investor which lays out key elements of investment in terms of risk, direct investment, describing nature of alien investor’s “active” involvement, with NO redemption, buy back, or loan arrangement between alien & enterprise.
A proposed escrow agreement that describes solely the investment capital at risk (e.g., does NOT include funds for attorney or other service fees)
Clear promotional marketing plans and strategies.
A business plan and supporting documentation which describe: • The types or kinds of job creating businesses that will be invested in, and how the Regional Center will focus on specific industries. • The organizational structure of the commercial enterprise (e.g., LLC, LLP, Inc., etc.). • The amount of capital the alien investor will be required to invest. • The timing of the investment. • Alien investor’s ownership interest and expected percentage of profit. • Roles and responsibilities of all core agencies or organizations in a proposed Regional Center’s operation.
Executed agreements or memoranda of understanding that clearly define, describe or specify the relationship, responsibilities, and obligations.
Last Updated on Monday, 17 January 2011 17:50
Written by ARC
Monday, 22 March 2010 21:24
Congress created the EB-5 immigrant investor visa category in the Immigration Act of 1990 in the hopes of attracting foreign capital to the US and creating jobs for American workers in the process. There are 10,000 visas available in the category each year, 5,000 of which are reserved for people who participate in an EB-5 pilot program designed to target low employment areas such as the program featured on this website.
There are three basic requirements for an EB-5 visa:
First, the alien must establish a business or invest in an existing business that was created or restructured after November 19, 1990.
Second, the alien must have invested $1 million (only $500,000 when investing in a USCIS designated regional center) in the business.
Third, the business must create full-time employment for at least 10 US workers.