Benefits of Investing with a Regional Center
In 1992 Congress created the Immigrant Investor Program, better known as the Regional Center Program. The Regional Center program provides foreign nationals an opportunity to obtain U.S. permanent residency via a Green Card for themselves and their immediate family. Unlike a traditional, direct EB-5 investment the Regional Center Program does not require investors to be involved in active management of the new commercial enterprise and allows indirect employment of US workers to account for the required creation of new employment
Accelerated pathway towards obtaining a Green Card
Eventually eligible for U.S. Citizenship
Not actively involved in the Day-to-Day Operations of the Business
Live Anywhere in the United States of America — No Need to Live Near Project
Lower College Tuition as compared to Foreign Students
Travel to and from the U.S. without the need for a Visa
Work Authorization for any job in the U.S.
Attracts Foreign Direct Investment to Local Economies
Promotes Job Creation at No Cost to Taxpayers
Brings Needed Businesses and Services to Community
Increases Tax Revenues of Local Economies
Continental Medical Plaza
The first EB-5 project from Continental Regional Center, this medical office building is now home to of Radnet, a national publicly held imaging firm, the largest owner and operator of fixed diagnostic imaging equipment in the U.S. and Visiting Nurses of Southern California, a leading home health, palliative and hospice service provider. Continental Medical Plaza is also the headquarters of Continental East Development and Continental Regional Center.