As of Nov. 5, 2018, there are 889 approved regional centers.
The following is a list of current EB-5 (immigrant investor) regional centers by state. The list will be periodically updated. To update information for your approved regional center, the official point of contact (POC) for the regional center should contact USCIS at: USCIS.ImmigrantInvestorProgram@uscis.dhs.gov.
The official point of contact may also submit updates in writing to the following address:
USCIS, Immigrant Investor Program
131 M Street NE
3rd Floor, Mailstop 2235
Washington, DC 20529
USCIS approval of an EB-5 regional center application does not in any way:
Potential investors are encouraged to seek professional advice when making any investment decisions.
USCIS is reviewing inquiries regarding the previously posted Form I-526 and Form I-829 approval and denial statistics by regional center. To provide feedback on that data, please e-mail USCIS.ImmigrantInvestorProgram@uscis.dhs.gov.
Regional centers that have been terminated are listed on the regional center terminations page.
Note: This page is provided for informational purposes only. USCIS plans to update this page periodically but makes no claims that the published list of approved regional centers is complete, timely or accurate. Any use or reliance on the information provided is strictly at your own risk. Please see USCIS Website Policies for further information.
This page does not represent a legal notice or investment advice of any kind. Potential investors should always do their own research and consult with a financial professional before making any investment decision. USCIS has issued a joint advisory with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Investor Alert: Investment Scams Exploit Immigrant Investor Program. The SEC offers free investor education materials. For more information, visit Investor.gov.
Upon the approval of a Form I-485 application or upon admission into the United States with an EB-5 immigrant visa, the EB-5 investor and derivative family members will be granted conditional permanent residence for a 2-year period.
USCIS administers the EB-5 program, created by Congress in 1990 to stimulate the U.S. economy through job creation and capital investment by foreign investors