QueensFort EB-5 Fund
QueensFort EB-5 Fund originates and structures institutional quality investment opportunities that meet the requirements of the EB-5 program and provide investors with the benefit of permanent residency to the U.S. QueensFort EB-5 Fund is the owner and operator of an approved Regional Center in Florida that covers 17 counties, as well as a Regional Center in New York-New Jersey that covers 30 counties. Additionally, QueensFort has pending Regional Centers applications that will cover significant portions of Massachusetts, California and Texas. The Principals of the QueensFort EB-5 Fund have successfully completed several EB-5 projects in South Florida and maintains a 100% track record with investor approvals.
QueensFort EB-5 Fund is managed by a group of professionals that collectively share more than 40 years of experience in the Corporate Finance and Real Estate Industries and have owned and managed real estate investment properties totaling in excess of 65,000 residential units and 30 million square feet of commercial spaces. Experience includes closing more than 300 real estate transactions, as owner. The Chairman of the QueensFort EB-5 fund, Arthur J. Halleran, Jr., has been involved with the EB-5 program for more than 20 years. Notably, Mr. Halleran provided important input to the late Senator Edward Kennedy, who co-sponsored the EB-5 legislation, in 1990.
Arthur J. Halleran, Jr. Chairman
Carolina M. OlivaSenior Vice President
Amelie ChengEB-5 Sales Director, Asia Market
QueensFort is the owner and operator of an approved Regional Center in Florida that covers 17 counties, as well as a Regional Center in New York-New Jersey that covers 30 counties. Additionally, QueensFort has pending Regional Centers applications that will cover significant portions of Massachusetts, California and Texas.
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QueensFort has been successful in raising capital through the EB-5 Program, since 2009. The EB-5 Program is a U.S. visa category created by Congress in 1990 under § 203(b) (5) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA).
The intent of the program is to stimulate the U.S. economy by promoting job creation and job preservation through foreign capital investments in the United States. Specifically, the EB-5 Program allows foreign investors, by way of making qualified investments in job creating entities, the ability to receive a permanent resident visa – a “green card” – for themselves, their spouse and unmarried children under 21. Congress allocates 10,000 visas annually for this category.
The EB-5 Program is administered by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), the government agency that oversees lawful immigration to the United States. The USCIS is administered by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), a cabinet department of the U.S. federal government responsible for protecting the U.S and its territories.
For more information about the EB-5 Program, please visit USCIS website
EB-5 capital is a viable option for real estate developers across the U.S.
As of June 2014, more than $2,000,000,000 of EB-5 capital raised.
EB-5 Application Process
The Principals of the QueensFort EB-5 Fund have significant financial structuring, investment and underwriting experience and maintain a 100% track record with investor approvals from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). QueensFort will partner with reputable developers seeking to benefit from low-cost capital accessed through the EB-5 program by managing the underwriting process from deal documentation to delivery of investment funds.
QueensFort will promptly commence (1) Deal Documentation and (2) Capital Raising, at the conclusion of mutually agreed upon terms and execution of an exclusive Letter of Intent.
QueensFort EB-5 Fund 999 Brickell Avenue, Suite 560, Miami, Florida 33131 | Office: 305.424.4444 | Fascimile: 305.570.2537
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