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Chambers of Commerce, Economic Development Organizations, Non-Profits, EB-5 Beneficiaries - Become an EB-5 Allied Partner to support economic development and job creation in your community through the EB-5 Program.

EB-5 Economic Development:


in Capital Investment


Jobs Created and Saved


Local Communities


Cost to the Taxpayers

EB-5 is generating investment and creating jobs in communities across America. 

Click your state in the dynamic map on the left to explore how the EB-5 Program has stimulated economic growth in your community.


Founded in 2005, Invest In the USA (IIUSA) is the national 501(c)(6) not-for-profit membership- based trade association for the EB-5 Regional Center industry. IIUSA is the unifying voice for thousands of diverse stakeholders advocating to keep EB-5 investment and job creation a vital component of the U.S. economy.

Members of IIUSA facilitated the vast majority of EB-5 capital formation across the country and helped create hundreds of thousands of American jobs.


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An EB-5 Allied Partner is an organization that benefits from EB-5 investment dollars but is not a traditional IIUSA member. These organizations include but not limit to:

  • Local, state, and regional economic development organizations;

  • Local and national trade associations and chambers of commerce;

  • EB-5 beneficiaries in the retail, hospitality, multi-use, logistics, or infrastructure industries;

  • Real estate developers.

About the
EB-5 Program

The EB-5 Program was created in 1990 to promote regional economic growth for American communities through foreign direct investment. EB-5 is:

  • an economic development program responsible for billions of dollars in U.S. economic stimulus;

  • a job creation catalyst for hundreds of  thousands of American workers;

  • a source of low-cost capital that provides funding for a variety of critical projects;

  • a targeted investment tool for infrastructure projects and high unemployment and rural areas.


Why Become
an EB-5 Allied Partner

Supporting the EB-5 Program annually as an Allied Partner means supporting effective advocacy efforts led by IIUSA (the national trade association) to maintain and increase the flow of EB-5 capital into your community.

EB-5 Allied Partners:

  • Create jobs in their community;

  • Support the flow of economic development capital into American industry;

  • Reinforce IIUSA’s advocacy efforts to improve the potential impact of EB-5 investments;

  • Gain access to industry intelligence and professionals to further aid development goals.



  • Access to the IIUSA Membership Directory;

  • Listing in the IIUSA Partner Directory;

  • Discounts on IIUSA resources and events;

  • Use of the Allied Partner logo/partner certificate;

  • Complimentary posting to the IIUSA job board;

  • Logo on and at IIUSA events worldwide;

  • Access to IIUSA EB-5 educational materials.


Bronze Partner Benefits + 

  • Sponsorship opportunities for the EB-5 Industry Forum, IIUSA Webinar Series, and advocacy fly-ins in D.C.;

  • Access to EB-5 economic impact data, TEA analysis, and IIUSA exclusive resources.

  • Two (2) Complimentary tickets to the Annual EB-5 Industry Forum;

  • Free advertisement in the semi-annual Regional Center Business Journal;

  • One complimentary posting on the IIUSA RFP portal per year;


Bronze Partner Benefits + 

Silver Partner Benefits + 

  • Exhibit booth at the Annual EB-5 Industry Forum

  • Invitation to select IIUSA advocacy events such a Washington, DC fly-ins.

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