Our mission emphasizes and delivers results based on the following client priorities:
- Selection of “New Commercial Enterprises” that have the requisite business model to create at least ten full-time jobs for each EB-5 investor.
- Conservative, low-risk projects designed to return the full amount of the initial “at risk” investment.
- A prevailing market rate of return on the dollars invested at the exit strategy point in time.
Immigrant Investor Regional Center
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@dhs.gov.
The official Point of Contact may also submit updates in writing to the following address: USCIS California Service Center ATTN: EB-5 Regional Center Proposal P.O. Box 10526 Laguna Niguel, CA 92607-0526
USCIS approval of an EB-5 Regional Center application does not in any way:
- Constitute USCIS endorsement of the activities of that Regional Center;
- Guarantee compliance with U.S. securities laws; or
- Minimize or eliminate risk to the investor.
Potential investors are encouraged to seek professional advice when making any investment decisions.
Our projects are located in West Texas Permian Basin. Texas is the second largest state in the United States by both area and population.
Austin is the capital of the State of Texas and is the fastest growing city in the country. Austin, on the eastern edge of Texas Hill Country, is not only the state capital, but lays claim to being the "live music capital of the world'.
The Austin area continues to be regarded by most as the best choice in Texas, with a balance of a strong economy, good education, attractive housing, a relatively pleasant climate, and plenty to do.
Oil History in Texas
In 1940s, Standard Oil started to use fracking in the oil field in Texas. There has been fast-growing oil and gas sector emerging in Austin, from 2010 Oil production in Texas doubled within three years. Every year American oil and gas companies invest $150 billion in horizontal drilling. Since 2010 that has led to the creation of more than 1 million jobs nationwide.
Since 1923 the West Texas oil field has produced over 35 billion barrels of oil. With the development of tracking technology, the oil and gas industry has grown rapidly. There are an estimated 91 billion barrels of oil in shale formations in the west Texas oil field.