Seattle Regional Center was designated by USCIS* as a qualified EB‐5 Regional Center and is the business,
investment and immigration gateway to Washington State. As a member of the United States Regional Center Group, which has sponsored projects involving hundreds of millions of dollars of invested EB‐5 capital and operating USCIS Regional Centers in Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York, Boston, Chicago, Florida, Utah, Nevada, Arizona and Texas, Seattle Regional Center is uniquely situated to assist in the attainment of the EB‐5 visa in a safe and expedited manner.
Seattle Regional Center’s seasoned management team, together with experienced EB‐5 attorneys, bankers, accountants and economists, help ensure access to superior projects and a trouble‐free EB‐5 experience.
The EB‐5 program provides a pathway for eligible immigrant investors to attain full permanent resident status. In addition to general requirements for entry or immigration to the United States, it requires a minimum investment of 500,000 USD in a U.S. new commercial enterprise. Projects must create or preserve 10 full‐time jobs for U.S. workers per EB‐5 investment.
The qualified immigrant investor and his or her dependents, upon obtaining permanent resident status, are free to live, work, travel, attend school, and retire anywhere in the U.S. After five years such persons are eligible for full U.S. citizenship.
The Mark ‐ Fifth & Columbia
The project includes the construction of a nationally acclaimed 43‐story tower in the heart of downtown Seattle with 189‐room luxury hotel: 528,000 square feet of Class A+ office space; and a spa,pool, meeting spaces, ballroom, sky lounge and restaurants.
The project includes the construction of an office building in the South Lake Union District in Seattle, which has now become Seattle’s hottest commercial real estate market. The building includes 327,000 square feet of office space and 11,000 square feet of retail.
*The following questions and answers provide a summary of the EB-5 program only, and do not constitute legal or investment advice. Any investor considering participating in the EB-5 program should consult with his or her immigration attorney regarding the EB-5 program.
No, being fluent in English is not required. If you are interested in the EB-5 visa but are concerned about a language barrier, please let us know, and we can provide translators to assist with the process.
No, an EB‐5 visa applicant is free to live, work, attend school, or retire anywhere in the United States regardless of the location of the investment.
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