Our goal is to assist investors and their families immigrate to the United States via the EB-5 visa program, and to make this a seamless and enjoyable a process.
ACFI works with many project partners in the United States
Sphere of activity
serves as a federally designated regional center, discharges its duties and obligations under that designation, and works with investment project developers toward EB-5 compliance
Fields of study
America's Center for Foreign Investment (ACFI) was established on June 5, 2006. Since then, it obtained official designation as a regional center from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) on June 11, 2007, expanded from Alabama into Florida, Georgia, Mississippi and Tennessee in 2009, and obtained approval from USCIS for 16 different industries and economic clusters in 2011.
ACFI is an EB-5 compliance consulting services company, the first such company approved by USCIS as a regional center. Investment projects are created by outside developers for foreign investors. ACFI does not represent EB-5 project developers, nor does it represent or work for foreign investors. ACFI does not develop its own EB-5 investment projects.
So what does ACFI do? It serves as a federally designated regional center, discharges its duties and obligations under that designation, and works with investment project developers toward EB-5 compliance.
We work on a tiny percentage of these proposals and focus on affiliating our regional center with project developers who are in growth industries. We think this is a wise focus while we are experiencing a soft and slow-growing U.S. economy. For example, we like the assisted living service industry and manufacturers of hurricane-, tornado-, seismic-, and fire-resistant modular homes.
Our goal is to help all of the foreign investors in our affiliated projects a permanent green card and return of their capital investment amount and to help our project developers create good jobs. Anything less is not good enough.