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WHO IS AMERICAN REGIONAL CENTER GROUP?

American Regional Center Group LLC (ARCG) provides sound and reliable EB-5 investment opportunities for foreign investors and their families who wish to obtain permanent residency in the United States.

ARCG was founded in partnership with Patagonia Financial Holdings LLC (PFH), a private equity firm based in Florida, with a special focus on structuring value-oriented investments. PFH’s knowledge and expertise provides extensive sourcing capabilities to ARCG. PFH’s management team has invested more than $500 million and possesses more than 100 years of cumulative experience in the United States and Latin America.

ARCG’s partners have significant financial structuring and investment experience which has been applied to projects in sectors such as Real Estate, Renewable Energy, Food/Protein, Infrastructure, Marketing and Technology. ARCG uses its specialized knowledge to bridge the gap between investors and developers in order to meet their needs.

American Regional Center Group manages an expanding portfolio of Regional Centers focused on meeting the increasingly rigorous demands of the EB-5 investor. Projects are managed through our designated Regional Centers that are fully approved by USCIS (United States Citizenship and Immigration Services).

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Investors

Investors Info

Investors Info

In addition to ARCG’s vast investment experience, we have formed an advisory team comprised of the best EB-5 professionals. This includes: Immigration Attorneys, Securities Attorneys, EB-5 Economists and Targeted Employment Area specialists. This advisory team also includes a prior Director of the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services.



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Developers

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Developers Info

For developers, ARCG provides EB-5 funding to companies looking to create or expand new businesses within U.S. borders. ARCG is constantly analyzing projects to determine if they qualify under the EB-5 criteria. Our process begins with an introduction to your business, the principals, your track record and the purposes for which you will use the EB-5 proceeds. Gaining an understanding of your capital structure and other financial details will allow us to determine if the EB-5 program is suitable for your business plans


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RSS RECENT NEWS

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    From: “U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services” Sent: Wednesday, April 16, 2014 6:16 AM Subject: USCIS Invitation: EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program Regulatory Changes, 4/23/2014 Dear Stakeholder, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) invites you to participate in a stakeholder teleconference on Wednesday, April 23, 2014, from 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. […]
  • New AAO Decisions, Processing Update, New RCs (AR, AZ, FL, MI, NM, PA)
    New AAO Decisions USCIS has started uploading AAO decisions to the folder for I-526 and I-829 Decisions issued in 2014. The decisions continue to show granular analysis of source of funds problems and continue to scold USCIS on the issue of deference in the wake of the 5/30/2013 EB-5 policy memo. Both FEB102014_01B7203 (a direct […]
  • What’s New (processing times, statistics, legislation, AAO deference decision, and new RCs in CA, FL, ME, NY, WA, WI)
    Processing Times: As promised in the 2/26 EB-5 stakeholder meeting, a new section has been added to the USCIS Processing Time Information page. Now, instead of selecting “CSC – California Service Center” from the dropdown menu at the bottom of the page, select “IPO Processing Dates” button to see processing times for I-526 and I-829 […]
  • New RCs (CA, CO, CT, DE, GA, MD, NC, NJ, NM, NY, OH, PA, PR, SC, TX)
    USCIS continues to expand its list of approved Regional Centers, with many of the new entries representing additional approvals for applicants already operating multiple RCs. The one new RC kind enough to post its approval letter was processed in only three months. I look forward to receiving contact information and approval letters for each of […]
  • 2/26 Stakeholder Meeting Updates
    Last week, EB-5 stakeholders enjoyed the “first of a new series of quarterly engagements” with USCIS. It’s been over a year since the last EB-5 stakeholder meeting, so this one was very substantive. I faint at reproducing everything of importance from the call, but am sharing my recording (click here to download it) for the […]
  • Coburn letter
    The buzz this week has been over a letter sent by U.S. Senator Tom A. Coburn (R. Oklahoma) to all Regional Centers with content as follows: As Ranking member of the US Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee, which has oversight over the Department of Homeland Security, I am writing to learn more about […]
  • 2/26 USCIS EB-5 Stakeholder Meeting Invitation
    UPDATE On the day of the engagement, February 26, 2014 at 1:30 pm (Eastern), please use the call-in number and password listed below: Call-in Number: 800-369-2008 Password: EB5 We remind you to please dial in 10-15 minutes prior to the call. From: U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services [mailto:uscis@public.govdelivery.com] Sent: Monday, February 10, 2014 […]
  • New RCs (CA, CNMI, DC, FL, MD, NJ, NY, PA, OR, VA, WA), Brookings Report
    New entries to the USCIS Regional Center List 1/22 to 2/6/2014: American Altin Regional Center (California) Aboard America Regional Center, LLC (California) Rancon Regional Center, LLC (California) American Northern Marianas Regional Center, LLC (Commonwealth of Northern Marianas Islands) Chesapeake Regional Center, LLC (District of Columbia, Virginia, Maryl […]
  • 2014 Events, EB-5 Stats, New AAO Decisions, New RCs (CA, CO, FL, GU, MD)
    EB-5 Events It’s time to sign up for the best EB-5 event of the year: IIUSA 7th Annual EB-5 Regional Economic Development Advocacy Conference in Washington, D.C. May 7-9, 2014. I look forward to seeing you there! Also notice the IIUSA 2014 Webinar Series, with monthly webinars on topics including industry advocacy, securities laws, due […]
  • New RCs (CA, FL, IL, WA), retrogression, program assessments, due diligence
    By my unofficial count, USCIS approved 213 Regional Centers in calendar year 2013. This brings the current number of Regional Centers to 424 – double the number this time last year. We can thank the EB-5 program office in Washington DC, which opened in April and has been handling I-924 applications, and the May 30th […]