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FirstPathway Partners


311 E Chicago Suite 510
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
United States
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English, French, Chinese (Mandarin), Korean, Vietnamese, Cantonese

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FirstPathway Partners

FirstPathway Partners

FirstPathway Partners helps foreign investors become United States Citizens through the Department of Homeland Security Immigration Investor (EB-5) program.

The partnership provides an investment vehicle that qualifies investors for a Green Card and Citizenship if so desired. The investment is a $500,000 minimum required program, targeted toward high net worth individuals who understand and appreciate the convenience and timeliness created by participating in a carefully designed program. FirstPathway Partners is aligned with you, the investor. We vet hundreds of projects for EB5 suitability and risk to encourage capital preservation and facilitate your Permanent Green Card. Our EB5 project analysis examines all of the things that are important to you; like job creation, industry, location, timeline and certainty of project completion. This analysis coupled with FirstPathway Partners’ conservative underwriting methodology ensures investors the best position for capital preservation.

FirstPathway Partners success originates from our ability to combine the understanding, track record, and resources you expect, with the trust and complimentary services you deserve. With over 120 collective years of success and distinction in government, publicly traded companies and real estate, investors can be confident in our ability to make their journey both secure and worry free.

FirstPathway Partners has an office near you, with locations in Milwaukee, Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Thailand, Manila and Sydney. Contact one of our offices around the world to join the hundreds of others who understand why FirstPathway is “The Immigrant Investor Program of Choice.”