New Regional Centers (CA, FL, IN, NJ, NY, PA, SC, TX, WA)

New entries are still appearing on the USCIS list of approved regional centers. USCIS has approved 26 new centers already in 2013, versus 19 approvals in all of 2012.  Sure would be nice if USCIS would publish the designation letters so that the public knows what each center is licensed to do. I look forward to receiving details about each of these new centers, including web address/contact info, details of approved geographic area and industries, and designation letter.

California
American Sun Regional Center

Florida
American Liberty Regional Center, LLC
Website: http://www.americanlibertyeb5.com/

Indiana
Global Investment Consulting, Inc.
news story

New Jersey
Pennsylvania
New Jersey EB-5 Regional Center
Linked-In

New York
Advantage America New York Regional Center, LLC
Website: www.aaeb5.com
Contact: jpark@aaeb5.com
Geographic Scope: Queens County, Kings County, New York County, Bronx County, Westchester County, Nassau County.
Industries: Commercial and Institutional Building Construction; Traveler Accommodation; Full-Service Restaurant
Designation Letter

South Carolina
Coastal Carolina Regional Center

Texas
American Regional Center, LLC

Washington
Dream Harbor Regional Center
Website: http://dreamharboreb5.com/

(Note: See my Regional Center directory page for my most updated listings for all RCs. And please email me if you would like to provide additional information regarding your RC.)

About Suzanne (www.lucidtext.com)
Suzanne Lazicki is a business plan writer, EB-5 expert, and founder of Lucid Professional Writing.

6 Responses to New Regional Centers (CA, FL, IN, NJ, NY, PA, SC, TX, WA)

  1. Suzanne, your statistical tracking is VALUABLE! Thank you for all of the time and effort that you give to the stakeholder community.
    ~ Christi Bozes

  2. Joe Whalen says:

    Hi Suzanne,

    I wanted to know the “current” grand total of RCs.

    I also wanted to say I am sorry to those disappointed when I could not make it to Shanghai. I had a virulent strain of the flu and was contagious so, I knew I’d “more likely than not” be refused bording or worse, refused entry!

    I worked in that business, you know (not at the airport but had to learn the same laws).

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