U.S. Immigration Fund

With Regional Centers located in the world’s most thriving metropolitans, the U.S. Immigration Fund provides worthwhile opportunities for foreign investors and their families to obtain permanent U.S. residency through the EB-5 Visa Program. U.S. Immigration Fund provides the perfect opportunity for international investors and their families to obtain green cards by investing in exciting U.S. Immigration Fund projects. U.S. Immigration Fund maintains regional centers in Florida, New Jersey, New York and North Carolina. Each regional center works with international investors, real estate developers, local municipalities and attorneys to develop properties that enhance their local landscapes and economies, create jobs and ensure EB-5 visas for investors. U.S. Immigration Fund’s regional centers have received full approval as designated regional centers by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Each year, the U.S. government reserves 3,000 green cards for foreign investors who invest in designated regional centers through the EB-5 Visa Program. These initiatives enjoy full government support as they stimulate the economy, generate at least ten jobs per investment, and promote community development while providing access to green cards for foreign investors and their families. Projects include Via Mizner in Boca Raton, Florida; Harborside Place in Jupiter, Florida; The Charles in New York City; 88 Kushner-KABR in Jersey City, New Jersey; 855 Avenue of the Americas in New York City; Bryant Park in New York City; W57 in New York City; 101 Tribeca in New York City; Atlantic Yards II & III in New York City; 701 TSQ in New York City; Nassau Coliseum in New York; 1 Central Park in New York City; 125 Greenwich in New York City; Brooklyn Public Library in New York City; 76 11 in New York City; TSQ Broadway Live in New York City; West Hollywood Edition in California; Halletts Point in New York City; & 1 Journal Square in New York City.