What is USCIS Regional Center?

 A Regional Center is defined as any economic unit, public or private, which is involved with the promotion of economic growth, improved regional productivity, job creation, and increased domestic capital investment. 
In more simple terms, a Regional Center is an area designated by the USCIS as eligible to receive immigrant investor capital. By encouraging foreign investment in the U.S. economy, based on the Immigration and Nationality Act, Section203(b)(5), the organizers of the Regional Center must submit a proposal demonstrating
  • An explanation of how the regional center will achieve the required economic growth within the region
  • How in verifiable detail (using economic models in some instances) jobs will be created directly or indirectly through capital investments made in accordance with the regional center’s business plan

California Pacific Group Regional Center (CPG Regional Center) is designated by the Unites States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) on October 12th, 2010 to offer investor visa/Green Card through EB5 Regional Center investment program