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Contact Information

First Name
Angelique
Last Name
Brunner
Contact Phone
202-652-2437
Fax
888-338-3616
Web Address
www.dcregionalcenter.com
Email
abrunner@eb5capital.com

Address

1776 I Street, NW 9th Floor Washington, D.C. 20006
Industries
  1. Commercial, Industrial and retail (mixed use) property development and management
  2. Hotel, lodging & resort development / management
  3. Bio-Tech and alternative fuels manufacturing and research facilities
  4. Health & medical care services
  5. Medical Facilities Development
  6. Professional office building development
  7. Retail shopping centers
  8. Transportation, warehousing, Intermodal traffic and cargo distribution
States
  1. District Of Columbia
  2. Maryland
  3. Virginia
DC Regional Center

DC Regional Center

In April 2008, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) formally designated our organization as the "DC Regional Center" pursuant to the EB-5 immigrant visa program.  Our Regional Center was reauthorized in May 2011.

We have an outstanding record of success — including a multi-year collaboration with the State of Vermont's Regional Center. Our foreign entrepreneurs, from more than 20 countries, have created or preserved hundreds of jobs for American workers. In exchange, these entrepreneurs and their family have received permanent residency in America.

The EB-5 visa program has many street names, such as the "Entrepreneur" visa, the "Investor" visa and the "Job Creation" visa. Regardless of the name, however, Congress created this program with one goal — to encourage the infusion of foreign capital to benefit the U.S. economy and exchange U.S. legal residency for job creation benefiting America workers.

As a designated Regional Center, we are authorized to collect and distribute EB-5 visa program "job creation credits" (both direct and indirect) to participating foreign entrepreneurs supporting their immigrant visa requirements. Job creation credits are derived from our involvement in the development of large mixed-use real estate projects throughout Washington DC, including hotel, retail, industrial and other commercial developments.