Q&A with KBCF's Melissa White on EB-5 Visas

Q&A with KBCF's Melissa White on EB-5 Visas

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Melissa White discusses the Community Foundation’s EB-5 Visa plan

The Key Biscayne Community Foundation’s Director, Melissa White, sat with Islander News and discussed a new program for the foundation.

IN. What’s the new plan with EB-5 Visas?

MW. The idea is (to assist) families that are looking for that type of Visa and want to contribute in a way that is beneficial to all Miami-Dade County; to make a positive difference.

The way we see it since Key Biscayne has a lot of different immigrants participating in Visa programs, we could perhaps make the process easier through our work in Liberty City. The minimum investment would be more accessible for a lot of families. It would create opportunities that help make a difference and improve lives.

Our goal is to create a kind of innovation space that investors in Key Biscayne can partake in. Investing in an innovation center in Liberty City that impacts student's lives through vocational work and training.

IN. So the main goal of the program is education investment?

MW. The goal is to make a difference in the work we do in Liberty City, one of the poorest neighborhoods in Miami-Dade County. We have a number of partners that we have worked with, like the Children’s Trust, the Miami-Dade Public School System, the Miami Children’s Initiative, and our own Chief Press Foundation. Through the work with these partners, we try to impact the lives of children in Liberty City. I think we are being successful.

IN. Is there a specific use of investments?

MW. We plan to use the investments for a FAB Lab, a fabrication lab that teaches skills for the manufacturing of products. It’s like a makers lab. In addition to that, there will be vocational training programs. Also, force development programs so the students in Liberty City have an opportunity to positively impact the economy of Miami-Dade County, as well as preparing them for when they graduate. They can have job skills, or they can go to college and hopefully be lifted out of intergenerational poverty.

IN. It’s only for Key Biscayne residents as potential investors?

MW. It’s initially for Key Biscayne residents. We know there are a lot of people in the village looking for this kind of Visa, but it is not geographically limited.


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