The Green Mountains Regional Center (GMRC) is a U.S. federally approved regional center operating in the states of New Hampshire and Vermont.
We only approve Rural Targeted Employment Area (TEA) projects. Our Rural TEA projects don’t have the risk of the minimum investment amount increasing from $900,000 USD to $1,800,000 USD at time of investor I-526 USCIS submission like a High Unemployment TEA might.
GMRC thoroughly vets and analyzes potential partners and their projects.
Green Card Safety – GMRC requires a thorough economic analysis be performed by an economist who has experience in performing specifically EB-5 job creation economic analysis. We carefully review the economic jobs study of each investment project to examine whether it will be able to comfortably surpass the USCIS minimum job requirement.
Return of Principal Investment – GMRC evaluates a project’s revenue projections, and proposed methods for investor repayment. We carefully examine each investment project to determine likelihood of repayment. We also evaluate “redeployment” plans to reduce any associated risk.
Business Risk Evaluation – USCIS requires that EB-5 projects be at risk investments, but we seek projects that minimize investment risk. GMRC carefully reviews each project to analyze viability. We require third party market analysis to evaluate and support pro-forma assumptions.
Legal Analysis – The GMRC team and legal counsel thoroughly review all offering materials to evaluate various legal risk factors. We seek to reduce potential risk to the investor.
DISCLAIMER: THIS IS NOT AN OFFER TO SELL SECURITIES OR THE SOLICITATION OF AN OFFER TO PURCHASE SECURITIES. ANY OFFER TO PARTICIPATE IN ANY SPONSORED PROJECT MAY ONLY BE MADE PURSUANT TO A WRITTEN OFFERING MEMORANDUM. ANY SALE IN A SPONSORED PROJECT SHALL BE EVIDENCED BY A SUBSCRIPTION AGREEMENT EXECUTED BY A FOREIGN NATIONAL AND WILL BE OFFERED AND SOLD, TO THE EXTENT APPLICABLE, BOTH WITHIN AND OUTSIDE OF THE UNITED STATES IN RELIANCE ON EXEMPTIONS FROM REGISTRATION UNDER THE SECURITIES ACT, STATE LAWS AND THE LAWS OF JURISDICTIONS WHERE THE OFFERING WILL BE MADE.