Green Detroit Regional Center
The Green Detroit Regional Center is a USCIS approved Regional Center that encompasses the Detroit Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) and is dedicated to alternative energy projects, renewable energy systems, energy efficient technology, hybrid transportation, and other related manufacturing technology. All of its projects have a goal of reducing carbon emissions, the movement of the nation towards energy independence, and advanced technology manufacturing. GDRC is also dedicated to creating manufacturing jobs in the United States which is currently favored by USCIS.
The Green Detroit Regional Center is part of Green USA Regional Centers and has become one of the most successful USCIS approved EB-5 Centers. Green USA Regional Centers has numerous highly selected projects across the nation. It’s first Regional Center, the Green Detroit Regional Center, was approved by USCIS in August, 2010 and other Regional Centers are in the process of being formed across the United States. In addition to investing in cleantech companies, all of our EB-5 projects have three (3) clear goals: approval of I-526 petitions, approval of I-829 removal of conditions, and the potential return of investment and profit within five (5) years.
GDRC has 100% approval rate on all I-526 filings (with more than 57 approvals for investors from various countries, including Korea, China and India and more pending). GDRC’s key strength is job creation. According to our economist, GDRC-ALTe project will create 30 direct and indirect jobs per each EB-5 investor, the GDRC-Green Box project will create 35 direct and indirect jobs per each investor, and the GDRC-Coherix project will create 30 direct and indirect jobs per each investor. Per USCIS, only 10 direct or indirect jobs per investor is needed in an approved Regional Center. All of our projects also have a clear exit plan: potential return of investment and interest within 5 years or sooner.
GDRC’s business model is designed to attract EB-5 investments by offering foreign investors security and financial profit, plus the incentive of contributing to the betterment of the environment. In other words, investors will be “doing well by doing good.” When possible, GDRC plans to invest in commercial enterprises that have already generated considerable federal and state government support.Is the Regional Center a Public Agency, Government Entity or a Public/Private Partnership (EDC/EDA) affiliated or associated with one?
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