Welcome to EB-5 International

We are experts in the EB-5 Visa Program.

We provide strong support and guidance for both Investors for EB5 Projects and Project Owners looking for Potential Investors.  We are dedicated to helping foreign investors take advantage of the EB-5 Visa Program and apply for permanent residency in the United States by making investments in local, eligible business projects.

Our Services

EB-5 International is purposed to receive EB-5 investor capital and develop projects that promote regional economic growth and job creation under the guidelines of the USCIS.

Our Process

EB-5 International has developed strong relationships in many countries to find the most qualified investors.  We match these investors with projects in which they understand and feel comfortable investing that have been qualified by USCIS standards.

Our Commitment

We will continue to only work with well-qualified national and international investors and place them in fully-scoped and vetted projects so we can help ensure success and minimize risk meeting the goals of all involved.


EB-5 International Regional Center Lake oswego

EB-5 International Regional Center

EB-5 International is an recognized EB-5 Regional Center in Lake Oswego, Oregon serving the greater Portland Metropolitan Area, Northern California, and Southern California.  It designated and regulated by USCIS, which facilitates investment in job-creating economic development projects by pooling capital raised under the EB-5 immigrant investor program. Our goal is to maximize the program’s job creation benefits by facilitating the investment of significant amounts of capital in our selected approved projects.

Our expert associates use economic analysis models, including those developed by the U.S. Department of Commerce, to demonstrate that job creation targets required by law have been achieved. The investments made through our Regional Center, must create at least 10 direct, indirect or induced jobs per project. All investment offerings made by EB5 International are subject to U.S. securities laws, enforced by state securities regulators and the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission