Members of the Coalition to Save and Create Jobs (CSCJ) includes municipalities and mayor's offices, chambers of commerce, economic development organizations, trade associations, industry partners, EB-5 stakeholders and many more - all of whom have seen and felt the economic benefit of the EB-5 Regional Center Program in their communities every day.
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Municipalities & Mayor Offices
Economic development projects funded by EB-5 can be found in over 260 different cities across the country. In addition to saving and creating jobs for American workers in the local area, EB-5 also generated billions in tax revenues to support local government.
Chambers of Commerce
EB-5 plays an increasingly important role in serving as an alternative financing tool and meeting American businesses' capital needs. When combined with other domestic financing sources, EB-5 investment has generated a catalytic impact on the American economy.
EB-5 capital has been used to support a variety of job-creating projects in more than 16 different industry sectors, including the commercial real estate industry, hospitality, health care, manufacturing, logistics, infrastructures, agriculture, and more.
EB-5 Community Stakeholders
The EB-5 community consists of approved regional centers that facilitate foreign direct investment and a wide
spectrum of professionals that provide EB-5-related services, including attorneys, consultants, developers, economists, broker dealers, etc.