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CONTACT INFORMATION

California Investment Immigration Fund (CIIF)
First Name
Tat
Last Name
Chan
Contact Phone
(626) 282-1889
Fax
(626) 282-1886
Website
Contact Email

ADDRESS

225 W. Valley Blvd, Suite #H118 San Gabriel, CA 91776

STATES

California
  • Imperial
  • Kern
  • Los Angeles
  • Riverside
  • San Bernardino

LANGUAGES

Chinese (Mandarin)
English

1 follower

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California Investment Immigration Fund (CIIF)

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Better Investments & Immigration Expertise.

CIIF is systematized to offer investors sound and professional services. With the support of its multifaceted staff, CIIF is a one-stop place that provides its investors with competitive and high quality programs.

Along with the legal entrance into the U.S., our experts in the areas of legal, tax, real estate and venture capitalism will assist our investors with the best possible return on investment while presenting a secure relocation to the United States.

CIIF strives to provide our investors with a prosperous future by delivering an abundant network of resources.

Investment Consulting

CIIF is dedicated in providing our investors with support throughout each stage of the investment process including acquisition, project development and property management.

Our Knowledge Is Your Success.

The strength of CIIF lies in our ability to identify and acquire low- to moderate-risk investment-grade properties comprising a potentially high cash flow. CIIF supplements further value to each asset channeled by an aggressive asset management program, maximizing future appreciation of the properties.

Typically, the types of properties CIIF invests in are unobtainable by the average individual investor. Nonetheless, conveyed amongst the power of partners, these partnerships in turn strengthen the core value of CIIF, our services and your investment.

The value of each investment is further enhanced with our tactical service offerings that include financial, risk-management, administrative and development services. These services are outsourced to leading professionals who aim to deliver the perfect resolution for each investment objective.

CIIF's management team works collectively to administer all services to all clients while nurturing the investor's assets to maximize profits.

EB-5 Service and Support

Your decision to invest is just the dawn of a wonderful and exciting new endeavor. All CIIF investors become part of our family. Here at CIIF, we understand the anxieties one may endure transitioning from one place to another. Furthermore, we've taken initiatives to expand our services to accommodate our diverse client needs.

We're Here to Serve You Every Step of the Way

The CIIF commitment is an unsurpassed promise to our investors. It includes a relentless focus on your investment results, ensuring a high-caliber transition to the U.S.

All investors are unique and require individual attention. Similar to a concierge at a five-star hotel, we offer detail-oriented services that meet our investor's goals and objectives. We provide you and your family additional relocation assistance services, including:

  • Travel arrangements to Southern California and the U.S.;
  • Acquiring legal documents (Social Security Number, driver's license, etc.);
  • Locating a home;
  • Financing home and high education;
  • Cultural and language questions;
  • Locating and starting a business;
  • Wealth management;
  • Access to legal and tax counselors, from the U.S. and country of origin;
  • Consular processing;
  • Removing condition (I-829 applications);
  • Naturalization.

 

You are at the center of everything we do. We're here to support you today and well into the future. This is what separates CIIF from the rest. We genuinely care about our investors and their future and treat each one as family.

Is the Regional Center a Public Agency, Government Entity or a Public/Private Partnership (EDC/EDA) affiliated or associated with one?
No

Mentions

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  • Calif. Atty, Firm Accused Again Of EB-5 Scam In $2.3M Suit
  • SEC Increases Scrutiny of EB-5 Investment Fraud
  • The green cards never came! EB-5 investors allege fraud
  • Jared Kushner's company under renewed scrutiny over Chinese and Israeli deals
  • California lawyer admits running $50 million visa-fraud scam
  • Owner of Indio property, pegged for 120-room hotel, pleads guilty in $50M visa fraud case
  • Attorney Pleads Guilty to Federal Charges Stemming from $50 Million Scheme that Defrauded the EB-5 Visa Program and Chinese Investors
  • Federal Crackdown On EB-5 Visa Fraud Continues With Filing Of Multiple Asset Forfeiture Lawsuits In California
  • Investors file suit against San Gabriel Valley duo accused of $50M EB-5 scam
  • Feds Seek Property Seizures in Green Card Scam
  • Feds file lawsuits to seize properties across San Gabriel Valley, Inland Empire connected to EB-5 fraud
  • The feds want to seize 6 acres of land in Indio because of a visa fraud case
  • EB-5 Visa Fraud Scheme Leads to Forfeiture of $30 Million in Property
  • Chinese investors seek to recover money invested in alleged San Gabriel immigration fraud scheme
  • Victims of alleged U.S. visa fraud sue to get their money back
  • Lawsuit filed in alleged visa scheme that bilked millions from Chinese nationals
  • EB-5 Visa program could expire due to constant abuse and fraud
  • Special Immigrant Visa Worth Billions Faces D-Day
  • Whistleblowers help expose fraudulent, potentially dangerous EB-5 Visa schemes
  • Grassley Probes FBI's EB-5 Fraud Allegations
  • Father-daughter duo accused on $50 million EB-5 scam
  • Visa-Fraud Scheme Helped Chinese Fugitives Live in U.S., China Asks for Extradition
  • FBI believes developer of Indio hotel helped Chinese fugitives get U.S. visas
  • “Your only opportunity to get rich in America”: Inside LA’s deceptively simple $50M EB-5 scam
  • Raids over EB-5 fraud scheme involve China's most-wanted fugitives
  • Federal agents raid California business in green card probe
  • Tell us again about being lax
  • Immigrant investor program under fresh scrutiny as Chinese president visits US
  • FBI Raids California Offices to Bust Scam That Gives Rich Chinese Immigrants Visas
  • California Business Raided By Federal Agents In Green Card Probe
  • San Gabriel Valley father-daughter team accused of $50M EB-5 fraud scheme
  • Calif. Atty, Her Father Accused Of Exploiting EB-5 Program
  • Feds raid San Gabriel, Arcadia locations over visa-fraud scheme involving criminals on China’s most-wanted list
  • Feds raid California business over green card scam linked to rich Chinese
  • Chinese Americans, Again, Fleece Mainland Chinese in $50M EB-5 Scam
  • FBI and ICE Raids Homes and CIIF Wednesday Morning
  • Father-Daughter Duo Accused of EB-5 Visa Fraud
  • Feds Raid Suspected $50M Visa Fraud Ring Near Los Angeles
  • Los Angeles Raids Target Investor Green Card Fraud
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Designation

Regional Center ID number
1031910133
Designation Date
2010-01-07
Termination Date
2018-03-20
Amendment Date
2009-07-23
Prepared by Firm
Raymond T.Y. Chan, Victoria Chan & Co.
Submission Date
2008-09-20

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Regional Center EB-5 Quick Facts

Number of Approved I-526: N/A

Number of Approved I-829: N/A

News & Updates

How Transparent Are EB-5 Project Managers?
September 05, 2018
Calif. Atty, Firm Accused Again Of EB-5 Scam In $2.3M Suit
July 29, 2018
SEC Increases Scrutiny of EB-5 Investment Fraud
April 09, 2018
The green cards never came! EB-5 investors allege fraud
April 02, 2018
Jared Kushner's company under renewed scrutiny over Chinese and Israeli deals
January 08, 2018
California lawyer admits running $50 million visa-fraud scam
January 05, 2018
Owner of Indio property, pegged for 120-room hotel, pleads guilty in $50M visa fraud case
November 28, 2017
Attorney Pleads Guilty to Federal Charges Stemming from $50 Million Scheme that Defrauded the EB-5 Visa Program and Chinese Investors
November 27, 2017
Federal Crackdown On EB-5 Visa Fraud Continues With Filing Of Multiple Asset Forfeiture Lawsuits In California
May 31, 2017
Investors file suit against San Gabriel Valley duo accused of $50M EB-5 scam
May 30, 2017
Feds Seek Property Seizures in Green Card Scam
May 30, 2017
Feds file lawsuits to seize properties across San Gabriel Valley, Inland Empire connected to EB-5 fraud
May 28, 2017
The feds want to seize 6 acres of land in Indio because of a visa fraud case
May 26, 2017
EB-5 Visa Fraud Scheme Leads to Forfeiture of $30 Million in Property
May 25, 2017
Chinese investors seek to recover money invested in alleged San Gabriel immigration fraud scheme
May 22, 2017
Victims of alleged U.S. visa fraud sue to get their money back
May 20, 2017
Lawsuit filed in alleged visa scheme that bilked millions from Chinese nationals
May 19, 2017
EB-5 Visa program could expire due to constant abuse and fraud
April 27, 2017
Special Immigrant Visa Worth Billions Faces D-Day
April 27, 2017
Whistleblowers help expose fraudulent, potentially dangerous EB-5 Visa schemes
April 26, 2017
Grassley Probes FBI's EB-5 Fraud Allegations
April 21, 2017
Father-daughter duo accused on $50 million EB-5 scam
April 14, 2017
Visa-Fraud Scheme Helped Chinese Fugitives Live in U.S., China Asks for Extradition
April 13, 2017
FBI believes developer of Indio hotel helped Chinese fugitives get U.S. visas
April 11, 2017
“Your only opportunity to get rich in America”: Inside LA’s deceptively simple $50M EB-5 scam
April 10, 2017
Raids over EB-5 fraud scheme involve China's most-wanted fugitives
April 10, 2017
Federal agents raid California business in green card probe
April 08, 2017
Tell us again about being lax
April 07, 2017
Immigrant investor program under fresh scrutiny as Chinese president visits US
April 07, 2017
FBI Raids California Offices to Bust Scam That Gives Rich Chinese Immigrants Visas
April 07, 2017
California Business Raided By Federal Agents In Green Card Probe
April 07, 2017
San Gabriel Valley father-daughter team accused of $50M EB-5 fraud scheme
April 06, 2017
Calif. Atty, Her Father Accused Of Exploiting EB-5 Program
April 06, 2017
Feds raid San Gabriel, Arcadia locations over visa-fraud scheme involving criminals on China’s most-wanted list
April 06, 2017
Feds raid California business over green card scam linked to rich Chinese
April 06, 2017
Chinese Americans, Again, Fleece Mainland Chinese in $50M EB-5 Scam
April 06, 2017
FBI and ICE Raids Homes and CIIF Wednesday Morning
April 06, 2017
Father-Daughter Duo Accused of EB-5 Visa Fraud
April 05, 2017
Feds Raid Suspected $50M Visa Fraud Ring Near Los Angeles
April 05, 2017
Los Angeles Raids Target Investor Green Card Fraud
April 05, 2017

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