Miami’s EB-5 regional center to shut down

Miami’s EB-5 regional center to shut down

EB-5 Visa, EB5 Visa, EB5 Investments

Miami City Manager Emilio González and Panorama Tower

Center didn't generate any money or produce visas since launching in 2014

Miami’s EB-5 regional center will be shut down for failing to generate economic activity and create jobs.

Founded in 2014 under former Mayor Tomás Regalado and led by attorney Mikki Canton, the center was supposed to inject foreign investment into Miami’s economy through a visa program known as EB-5.



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