Southeast Florida EB-5 Regional Center, LLC. will have four main departments that will administer the operations of the "EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program" for our area in the State of Florida. The departments are;
Under Southeast Florida EB-5 Regional Center, LLC., our EB-5 project will be managed by Great American Diner EB-5 Holdings, LLC. and will oversee the development of the company under the EB-5 Visa Program.
Below is our Regional Center "Investment Strategy" for EB-5 Immigrant Investors and the advantage of using Southeast Florida EB-5 Regional Center as your introduction to our EB-5 projects and becoming a U.S. Citizen.
EASY TO MEET THE REQUIREMENT OF JOB CREATION
Southeast Florida EB-5 Regional Center will not designate any project until it has undergone the required due diligence. The proposed creation of jobs will most likely meet the requirements from USCIS for the investors to successfully obtain their permanent green cards.
LOW RISK FOR THE FILING OF I-526
Investors will get back all the funds if I-526 was denied by USCIS (less legal filing fees and administration fees).
LOW RISK INVESTMENT
Southeast Florida EB-5 Regional Center focuses on acquiring low risk quality projects to benefit the Regional Center, as well as the immigrant investor.
POSITIVE CASH FLOW
Southeast Florida EB-5 Regional Center, LLC. will not have debt or mortgages against the real properties of a project which ensures a positive cash flow every year.
MAXIMIZED PROFIT WITH EQUITY
A true model designed to meet the job requirement while maximizing the ultimate investment profit through land and building investment.
Southeast Florida EB-5 Regional Center, LLC. will structure its investor funds using the "Loan or Equity Model".( depending on project structure) In the this model, the investor acquires an ownership interest in the development project, entering as a limited partner. This is a well-established model with a track record of USCIS approvals and is currently the primary strategy for EB-5 investments. At the end of the specified term (five years), the EB5 investor’s interest in the project is sold to other interested parties. The proceeds of the sale are returned to the investor.
WHAT IS A REGIONAL CENTER
A U.S. government approved “Regional Center” is designated by the "United States Citizenship and Immigration Services" (USCIS) to operate within the" EB-5 Immigrant
Investor Program". As an approved regional center we will certify through a detailed application process by the U.S. government to facilitate the investment process and manage funds invested
by immigrant investors in new commercial enterprises.
A regional center is defined as any economic unit, public or private, which is involved with the promotion of economic growth, improved regional productivity, job creation, and increased domestic capital investment (“Regional Center”). By investing through this “economic unit”, the immigrant investor enjoys the much more generous job creation/retention calculation methodology afforded only to Regional Centers and not to individual entrepreneurs.
CREATING AMERICAN JOBS
Regional Center job creation includes not only direct jobs, which is the job type that an individual entrepreneur immigrant investor would
rely on, but indirect jobs as well, which are a major source for job creation as qualified by the EB-5 visa program.
Direct jobs simply include (i) the employees of the business that the Regional Center acquires (also known as W-2 Jobs) and (ii) the employees of the tenant(s) of the real estate that the Regional Center acquired (also known as non W-2 jobs) (collectively, “Direct Jobs”).
Additionally, the jobs created by the companies that supply the new demand that was created by the investment will also be counted – they are considered indirect jobs. Indirect jobs are those created in response to the new demands of the industries directly affected by the new Direct Jobs (“Indirect Jobs”).
Finally, the Regional Center enjoys a third type of qualifying job – those that are created by induced effects, which typically reflect changes in spending from households as income increases or decreases due to changes in production (“Induced Jobs”).
Our Regional Center will perform an economic impact analysis (based on market data) that captures the direct effects of the investment project as well as the secondary indirect and induced effects in order to calculate total full-time job creation and demonstrate that its immigrant investor have satisfied the jobs creation requirements.
REGIONAL CENTER INVESTMENT
By investing in our Regional Center, the immigrant investor puts himself in the best position to achieve the job creation requirements and obtain a visa by opening himself or herself up to the most qualifying jobs.