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CONTACT INFORMATION

Path America
Contact Phone
425-304-1000
Fax
425-322-4182
Website
Twitter
@PathAmerica
Facebook

ADDRESS

2804 Grand Avenue, Suite 308 Everett, Washington USA 98201

STATES

Washington
  • Adams

LANGUAGES

English

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Path America

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Path America is a U.S. Immigration-approved regional center that operate regional centers in the Pacific Northwest, including one in Snohomish County and one in King County, that strives to support non U.S. Citizens who wish to immigrate to the United States through the EB-5 immigrant investment program. The team at Path America will use the EB-5 program to help individuals and/or families who wish to live in the United States gain permanent resident status. We understand that this transition can be challenging, and our goal is to make it as seamless as possible. We offer resources to aid families as they adapt to living in a new country, including education information, immigration process status, links to community services and groups, and the best legal team for both immigration and business real estate transactions. Additionally, we are the only regional center that provides full concierge services in your native language.

Our mission is to increase employment and promote regional economic growth through targeted investments while also assisting nonresidents to become integrated, permanent U.S. residents. Immigration to the U.S. is a complicated process. We understand that and have personal experience navigating the system. Path America's legal team will assemble and submit the necessary immigration application paperwork on your behalf. We also provide an up-to-the minute status of your green card application. If you prefer, you have the option to use your own attorney to submit your immigration application. As the premier EB-5 immigration investment company, Path America offers superior investment opportunities in the Pacific Northwest. Path America seeks out real estate and targeted business investments with the goal of providing strong, stable returns.

Path America, formerly known as Dargey Enterprises, has been a successful development company in the Pacific Northwest since 2002. We focus our development efforts on projects that are sustainable, build and enrich communities, and create jobs in the local economy.  We focus on projects that align with our core values as a company and as individuals. Lobsang Dargey, President of Path America, began his construction career at age 14 designing Temples and Stupas for monasteries in Tibet and India before emigrating to the United States in 1997 and founding Dargey Enterprises/Path America. Path America's portfolio will be valued at over $400 million, including the projects that are already slated for the next three years. By the end of 2013, the portfolio is projected to consist of nearly 1,000,000 square feet of Class 'A' office space, 750,000 square feet of industrial space, 500,000 square feet of retail space and over 2,000 apartment units. Recent projects include: the Everett Public Market, the Chicago Title Building, Potala Village-Everett, and Kirkland Aqua.

Path America is a one-stop shop for foreign investors who wish to live in the U.S.  Not only does Path America offer outstanding investment options, but also, through our concierge services, we help with all aspects of adjusting to life in the United States.  We manage the entire Green Card application process, we assist with family settlement in the U.S., and we can provide information to help connect your children to the best college or university for them.

 

Why Path America

There are many reasons why investors choose Path America:

The number one principle of our company is to maintain integrity, honesty and loyalty.  We are an EB-5 investment company focused on the investment and development of commercial real estate projects and targeted business investments in the greater Seattle area. The goal of this is to enhance and strengthen the local neighborhoods and communities.

Path America strives to support foreign nationals who wish to immigrate to the United States through the EB-5 Program.  The team at Path America will use the EB-5 Program to help individuals and/or families that wish to live in the United States gain permanent resident status.  We also offer resources to aid families as they adapt to living in a new country.  We understand that this transition can be challenging, and our goal is to make it as seamless as possible. Path America will support families and individuals through both our concierge services and assisting website.  Services include:  education informational assistance, immigration process status, and linking to community services and groups.

Path America has a long history of working with local government officials, who enjoy this support as a vehicle for economic development.  We work closely to tackle high unemployment by investing in job creating businesses that are economically sound and environmentally friendly.

 

Understand Immigration

 

  • Personal experience immigrating to the United States.
  • Best legal team to support your needs for both immigration/business real estate transactions.
  • Only regional center that provides full concierge service in your native language.

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

Mentions

  • How Transparent Are EB-5 Project Managers?
  • Real estate developer sentenced to prison for visa investment fraud
  • Father-daughter duo accused on $50 million EB-5 scam
  • June sentencing set for developer Dargey in EB-5 fraud case
  • Zamansky LLC Investigates Securities Fraud in EB-5 Immigrant Investor Programs
  • SEC claims EB-5 developer based in Renton deceived investors
  • EB-5 Receiver’s $3M Building Plans OK’d In SEC Row
  • Seattle-area developer Lobsang Dargey pleads guilty to fraud
  • Developer Who Risked Investors' Immigration Status Pleads Guilty to Fraud
  • Dargey fraud adds strike against foreign investor program EB-5
  • Lawsuit puts Potala Place’s street-level retail space in limbo
  • Chinese firm competes with Vulcan to take over scandal-plagued Belltown tower project
  • Receiver finds Potala Place 'in chaos' with no viable business plan
  • Dargey, allies seek to keep Potala Tower project going
  • Former Path America CEO Dargey gets new attorneys
  • Receiver wants to sell Path America properties
  • Receiver wants to sell Dargey’s Potala Tower, other projects
  • Limiting Securities Litigation Risks in EB-5 Offerings: What Regional Centers and Issuers Need to Know
  • Receiver in Dargey case says Path America’s finances a mess
  • Small firm took on big one and won
  • Feds wrest control of Everett developer's company
  • Congress should let EB-5 visa program expire
  • SEC adds millions to developer’s alleged fraud in Seattle
  • FBI investigating Everett developer accused of defrauding investors
  • Judge asked to appoint receiver in Path America EB-5 case
  • Developer accused of bilking overseas investors | SEC claims Lobsang Dargey promised Chinese investors U.S. residency
  • SEC freezes assets of Path America after filing civil suit
  • Developer: Fraud charges could have negative impact on Chinese investment in Seattle projects
  • Failure to Investigate Could Mean “Game-Set-and-Match” for EB-5 Investors: SEC Case against Brother-in-Law of Tennis Star Andre Aggasi Shows Risk for Would-be Immigrant Investors
  • Future of Potala Village Kirkland in limbo after developer sued by SEC
  • 3 Path America projects halted after SEC action
  • EB-5 Regional Center Owner & Developer accused by SEC of defrauding hundreds of Chinese investors
  • Tibetan monk-turned-developer accused of defrauding immigrants
  • SEC says developer Dargey bilked investors in projects
  • SEC Announces Asset Freeze Against Alleged EB-5 Fraudster in Seattle Area
  • Feds: Developer of big Everett project skimmed investor money
  • SEC says local developer cheated immigrant investors, spent money on himself
  • Year-round market still lies in flux
  • Money from investor visas floods U.S., but doesn’t reach targeted poor areas
  • AFTER DELAYS, WORK BEGINS ON POTALA TOWER
  • Construction finally starts on 41-story Potala Tower in Seattle
  • Tom Skerritt & Tibetan Monks Break Ground on Potala Tower
  • Belltown's Potala Tower Will Break Ground Next Week
  • Developer with roots as Tibetan monk firmly planted in capitalism
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News & Updates

How Transparent Are EB-5 Project Managers?
September 05, 2018
Real estate developer sentenced to prison for visa investment fraud
August 04, 2017
Father-daughter duo accused on $50 million EB-5 scam
April 14, 2017
June sentencing set for developer Dargey in EB-5 fraud case
April 04, 2017
Zamansky LLC Investigates Securities Fraud in EB-5 Immigrant Investor Programs
March 27, 2017
SEC claims EB-5 developer based in Renton deceived investors
March 20, 2017
EB-5 Receiver’s $3M Building Plans OK’d In SEC Row
March 08, 2017
Seattle-area developer Lobsang Dargey pleads guilty to fraud
January 10, 2017
Developer Who Risked Investors' Immigration Status Pleads Guilty to Fraud
January 09, 2017
Dargey fraud adds strike against foreign investor program EB-5
January 08, 2017
Lawsuit puts Potala Place’s street-level retail space in limbo
December 30, 2016
Chinese firm competes with Vulcan to take over scandal-plagued Belltown tower project
May 17, 2016
Receiver finds Potala Place 'in chaos' with no viable business plan
March 19, 2016
Dargey, allies seek to keep Potala Tower project going
February 16, 2016
Former Path America CEO Dargey gets new attorneys
January 25, 2016
Receiver wants to sell Path America properties
January 25, 2016
Receiver wants to sell Dargey’s Potala Tower, other projects
January 20, 2016
Limiting Securities Litigation Risks in EB-5 Offerings: What Regional Centers and Issuers Need to Know
November 30, 2015
Receiver in Dargey case says Path America’s finances a mess
November 18, 2015
Small firm took on big one and won
November 14, 2015
Feds wrest control of Everett developer's company
October 28, 2015
Congress should let EB-5 visa program expire
October 13, 2015
SEC adds millions to developer’s alleged fraud in Seattle
October 06, 2015
FBI investigating Everett developer accused of defrauding investors
September 24, 2015
Judge asked to appoint receiver in Path America EB-5 case
September 23, 2015
Developer accused of bilking overseas investors | SEC claims Lobsang Dargey promised Chinese investors U.S. residency
September 07, 2015
SEC freezes assets of Path America after filing civil suit
September 03, 2015
Developer: Fraud charges could have negative impact on Chinese investment in Seattle projects
September 01, 2015
Failure to Investigate Could Mean “Game-Set-and-Match” for EB-5 Investors: SEC Case against Brother-in-Law of Tennis Star Andre Aggasi Shows Risk for Would-be Immigrant Investors
August 31, 2015
Future of Potala Village Kirkland in limbo after developer sued by SEC
August 28, 2015
3 Path America projects halted after SEC action
August 27, 2015
EB-5 Regional Center Owner & Developer accused by SEC of defrauding hundreds of Chinese investors
August 26, 2015
Tibetan monk-turned-developer accused of defrauding immigrants
August 25, 2015
SEC says developer Dargey bilked investors in projects
August 25, 2015
SEC Announces Asset Freeze Against Alleged EB-5 Fraudster in Seattle Area
August 25, 2015
Feds: Developer of big Everett project skimmed investor money
August 24, 2015
SEC says local developer cheated immigrant investors, spent money on himself
August 24, 2015
Year-round market still lies in flux
August 05, 2015
Money from investor visas floods U.S., but doesn’t reach targeted poor areas
May 07, 2015
AFTER DELAYS, WORK BEGINS ON POTALA TOWER
April 16, 2015
Construction finally starts on 41-story Potala Tower in Seattle
April 15, 2015
Tom Skerritt & Tibetan Monks Break Ground on Potala Tower
August 29, 2014
Belltown's Potala Tower Will Break Ground Next Week
August 18, 2014
Developer with roots as Tibetan monk firmly planted in capitalism
July 15, 2012

CEO

Lobsang Dargey

Operation

Sam Kanner

Finance

Tom Baker

Vice President

Joe Zlab

Manager

Kami Erickson

Developer

DARGEY

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