EB-5 regional center offers investors office space
When foreign nationals who participate in the EB-5 visa program come to America to work on their investment, at times, it can be difficult to find a place to do business. Fortunately for such investors, an EB-5 regional center has solved that problem.
The East Bay Regional Center, also known as Golden State Renaissance Ventures, operates in Oakland, California, and has reserved office space for investors to conduct their business, according to the Contra Costa Times.
The EB-5 regional center is headquartered in Oakland’s Chinatown, making it a great spot for foreign investors to work.
“They can have assistants if they want to, or rent out a desk,” John Loh, cofounder of the EB-5 regional center, told the news source. “For Asians, this will be ideal. It feels like home. And once they assimilate, they can go live in Piedmont or Lafayette or Walnut Creek.”
According to Loh, the office space will be an excellent place for EB-5 investors to get a grasp on the American market.
The EB-5 visa program allows foreign nationals a chance to become eligible for U.S. green cards if they invest $1 million in a U.S. business and that investment leads to the creation or preservation of 10 jobs.