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RIVER OAK EB-5: Secure U.S. Residency In South Florida’s Booming Economy!

Miami Ranked #1 US Destination for FDI in 2022 FT-NIKKEI “Investing In America” Ranking

October 6, 2022

The Financial Times and NIKKEI today named Miami, Florida, as “the best city in the U.S. to do business, citing the beautiful tropical metropolis as the #1 U.S. destination for foreign investors.  American Venture Solutions Regional Center (“AVSRC”), headquartered in Miami, has been offering and successfully delivering EB-5 permanent residency and investment recovery to investors through its top-tier South Florida EB-5 projects since 2011.

River Oak EB-5, AVSRC’s latest EB-5 offering, is a new-construction Single Family Home residential rental community developed by one of America’s leading multifamily property groups and located in Indiantown, South Florida, in beautiful Martin County.  Located in a Targeted Employment Area (“TEA”), River Oak EB-5 follows AVSRC’s traditional format of offering small investor groups bespoke investment opportunities, permitting them to partner with a vetted and proven U.S. development group in safe and conservative, fiscally sound EB-5 models with excess job creation and solid financial footing. For more information on River Oak EB-5 and the opportunity to secure U.S. permanent residency through a sensible investment, please contact AVSRC’s Miami office at 1-786-866-7828 or

BREAKING: Investors in EB-5 Projects by Existing RCs Can Now File I-526E Right Away

The USCIS has just agreed to a settlement which resolves two pending lawsuits filed against the government, paving the way for approved EB-5 Regional Centers like American Venture Solutions (“AVS”) to begin filing new EB-5 investor petitions (I-526E) without waiting for USCIS adjudication of new Regional Center compliance form.  When the EB-5 Reform and Integrity Act of 2022 was passed earlier this year, Congressional intent and the law’s language made it clear that the purpose of the law was to enhance investor protections and improve transparency in the EB-5 program.  To the shock of the industry, USCIS responded to the law by concluding that it meant that all previously approved and operating EB-5 Regional Centers were effectively terminated.  That prompted a series of lawsuits in which IIUSA, the leading EB-5 industry group (in which AVS is an active member), joined as a plaintiff.  While the settlement resolves a number of