Overview

ICC offers EB-5 Direct Consulting Services focused on investment and immigration success. We source and pre-qualify projects for EB-5 investors, only selecting projects that will meet EB-5 immigration requirements and quality investments.

Our current EB-5 Direct investment opportunities are in the biomedical and controlled-environment agriculture industries. We have one pre-qualified project in Florida and two in Minnesota. All are located in targeted employment areas (TEAs). Contact ICC to request project details.

ICC does not sponsor the projects; we connect EB-5 Direct Investors with qualified businesses to create job growth opportunities and business relationships that are successful for all. We guide you through the entire process. Coordinate the USCIS EB-5 compliant business plan, TEA documentation, and all considerations for your I-526 petition.

Direct EB-5 Investors will benefit from our deep understanding of the EB-5 program requirements. ICC has the balance of resources and perspective to navigate both aspects of the EB-5 Program, immigration and investment. The ICC team is led by an experienced business leader and supported by an advisory board composed of financial advisors and attorneys. Our team is empowered to focus on successful partnerships and aid you through each phase of your relocation to the U.S., whether your needs are personal or business-related.

Projects

3 pre-qualified projects
4 available investor positions

Investment Amount

$500,000 USD (reduced from $900,000 USD)

Locations

Minnesota TEAs (2 projects)
Florida TEA (1 project)

The reduced $500,000 investment level is a wonderful opportunity for EB-5 investors. Contact ICC now before this window of opportunity is gone.

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The EB-5 Investor Visa

The EB-5 Program is a foreign investor visa program that provides a permanent path into the United States. It is designed to stimulate the U.S. economy through job creation from foreign capital investment. Through the Program, EB-5 investors and their immediate family (spouse and unmarried children under the age of 21) may obtain Green Cards. A Green Card or permanent resident card allows you to live, study, work, and retire anywhere in the United States.

Direct EB-5 Investment Program

In 1990 Congress created the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Visa Program, also called the EB-5 Direct Investment Program. The Direct Investment Program is a permanent ongoing Program administered by U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS). The USCIS is accepting and processing EB-5 Visa petitions under the Direct Investment Program.

Regional Center Program

Congress introduced the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Regional Center Program in 1992 as a pilot program. It requires continual reauthorization by Congress. On the 30th of June 2021, the Regional Center Program authorization expired.

Similarities

All EB-5 investors must make a capital investment in a new commercial enterprise that will create at least 10 full-time jobs for U.S. workers. The minimum qualifying investment is temporarily reduced to $1,000,000 and $500,000 USD if the investment is made in Targeted Employment Area (TEA). Standard investment is $1,800,000 and $900,000 USD, respectively.

Differences

Job Creation Calculations. Direct EB-5 Investments must directly create10 jobs. The business invested in must employ 10 U.S. workers. There needs to be an employer-employee relationship between the company invested in and the jobs created. Investing through an EB-5 Regional center expands how the job creation requirement may be fulfilled, counting indirect and direct jobs.

Time and Type of Investment. When EB-5 applicants invest in the Direct Investment Program, they must commit more to the management of the new commercial enterprise than an applicant who invests through a Regional Center Program. For this reason, most EB-5 Direct investments are equity investments, and investments made through Regional Centers are typically debt/loan investments.

Ready to start the process?  ICC is ready to assist you.

ICC is committed to providing exceptional service so that your immigration and investment goals can be reached.

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