South Florida Investment Regional Center

The South Florida Investment Regional Center was designated as a regional center under the U.S. immigrant investor program on March 5, 2009. The regional center was formally designated by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to participate in the Immigrant Investor Pilot Program under Section 203(b)(5) of the Immigration and Nationality Act.

Cities of Monroe and Miami-Dade Counties

Advantages Of South Florida Investment Regional Center

Those seeking an EB-5 investor visa enjoy several advantages by applying through the South Florida Investment Regional Center.

If you were to apply for an EB-5 investor visa independently, you would most likely have to invest at least $1 million. By applying through the South Florida Investment Regional Center, the minimum investment is only $500,000. This is because the South Florida Investment Regional Center focuses on projects within approved target employment areas.

Furthermore, our Center pools multiple investors together in one project, allowing for a larger and financially more stable project than a single-investor venture.

All of our projects are located in South Florida's Miami-Dade, Broward and Monroe counties, a diverse and growing region. We focus on investments in commercial categories that are vital to the local economy.


Job Creation Through The South Florida Investment Regional Center

All job created through our center's projects will be indirect jobs based on spending and use of the U.S. Department of Commerce's Bureau of Economic Analysis issued by RIMS II final-demand employment multipliers.

This job creation method has been approved by USCIS in the South Florida Investment Regional Center's designation.

Jobs are crucial to South Florida, the "Business Capital of the Americas and a global hub of international trade and finance. Miami hosts the consulates and trade bureaus of more than 60 countries.

Miami International Airport is vital for company personnel and cargo to reach key markets throughout the United States, Europe, Latin America and Asia. It is America's largest cargo airport and twelfth largest in the world. The Port of Miami ships to 250 ports in more than 100 countries.

The South Florida labor force is highly skilled, motivated and often multilingual. Ambitious workers do well here, and businesses benefit from their productivity.


Contact us directly at:

P: 305 677 0117
F: 305 373 6753

South Florida Investment
Regional Center
21 SE 1st Avenue
10th Floor
Miami, FL 33131


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