Under section 203(b)(5) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), 8 U.S.C. § 1153(b)(5), 10,000 immigrant visas per year are available to qualified individuals seeking permanent resident status on the basis of their engagement in a new commercial enterprise.
Of the 10,000 investor visas (i.e., EB-5 visas) available annually, 3,000 are set aside for those who apply under a program involving a USCIS designated “Regional Center.”
A Regional Center Is an entity, organization or agency that has been approved as such by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. Regional Center focuses on a specific geographic area within the United States and seeks to promote economic growth through increased export sales, improved regional productivity, creation of new jobs, and increased domestic capital investment.
Individuals who establish a new commercial enterprise by Creating, Purchasing or Expanding an existing business are eligible for the program. These individuals have invested or are actively in the process of investing in a new commercial enterprise that will benefit the United States economy.
American Logistics Regional Center is an approved Regional Center under the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program. This program is designed to develop six entities under the umbrella of American Logistics International. ALRC will significantly invest in facility improvement, equipment acquisitions, expansion of transportation fleet, improved Information Technology infrastructure, implementation of the Customs Bonded Warehouse and Examination Station facilities.
American Logistics International, LLC is the principal in the American Logistics Regional Center. American Logistics primary business is in warehousing, distribution, cargo transportation, port terminal operations and advanced logistics operations.
ALRC entities will hire the required and anticipated employees and continue the diversification of the services we provide to our current and growing customers.
Who should invest?
• Foreign nationals who want to become permanent residents of the U.S.
• Spouse of a U.S. Permanent Resident.
• Parents who want their children to attend school in the United States.
• H-1B individuals that have been shut out by the quota.
• Retired individuals wanting to live in the United States.
• Investors from non-treaty countries.