Qualified investors and their families (spouse and any unmarried children under age 21) are eligible for green cards after approval of their applications
Although investment must occur within a regional center's territory, the investor and his/her family may live and work anywhere in the United States
No minimum requirements as to the investor’s business training, experience or language skills
Ability to travel outside of the United States and return to the U.S. without a visa after an investor obtains a green card
Education benefits of permanent residents, including admission to state universities at resident costs for qualified residents
Eligible to become a U.S. citizen once a permanent resident for more than five years
For more information about the EB-5 Regional Center program, please visit the USCIS website.
For more information on the Milwaukee Regional Center, contact Peter Beitzel at (414) 287.4140, or Craig Kammholz, (414) 287-4163.
Notice to Potential Investors
The Wauwatosa Hilton project is not a project within the MMAC Regional Center.
The 401 W. Michigan residential project is no longer a project within the MMAC Regional Center.
The Milwaukee Regional Center is administered by the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce Regional Center, LLC (“MMAC-LLC”). While MMAC-LLC and its affiliates (collectively, "MMACRC") generally welcome investment in the Milwaukee Regional Center area, MMACRC does not have sufficient information about the investment opportunities identified below to be able to recommend, nor does it endorse, any particular investment opportunity. MMACRC is not, by listing and providing basic information about each investment opportunity, promoting any of the investment opportunities listed.
Investment offerings are not open to U.S. investors; the descriptions of the investment opportunities are neither an offer to sell nor a solicitation of an offer to purchase any securities.
Banks & Attorneys
The following banks are generally available to provide banking services. Other major international banks may also be used.
Mr. Richard Bennett
262.717.7536 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Wells Fargo Bank
Mr. William Arechiga
312.592.8042 • email@example.com
The following attorneys may be available to assist with questions relating to the EB-5 Regional Center program:
Mr. Ira Azulay
AzulaySeiden Law Group
312.832.9200, ext. 145 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. Thomas Gehl
Clark Hill PLC
312.985.5526 • email@example.com
Mr. Jerome Grzeca
Grzeca Law Group, S.C.
414.342.3000 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Z. Julie Lee
Foley & Lardner LLP (Counsel for Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce Regional Center, LLC, program administrator)
414.271.2400 • email@example.com
Mr. Jeffrey Mawicke
Mawicke & Goisman, S.C.
414.224.0600 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr. L. Steven Siy (emphasis in immigration law)
414.774.4700 • email@example.com
Mr. Lincoln Stone
Stone & Grzegorek LLP
213.627.8997 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Ms. Heather M. Tiltmann
Whyte Hirschboeck Dudek S.C.
414.978.5302 • email@example.com
Mr. Stephen Yale-Loehr
Miller Mayer, LLP
607.273.4200, ext. 318 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Through the Milwaukee Regional Center, 17 projects from six investment teams have been funded by EB-5 investments. Past projects and funds that have utilized the Milwaukee Regional Center include:
Brewhouse Inn & Suites
Building on Milwaukee’s proud beer brewing heritage, two historic buildings at the former Pabst brewery site in downtown Milwaukee have been converted to a 90-room extended-stay hotel, the Brewhouse Inn & Suites. The six-floor boutique hotel maintains many of the brewery's original features, including spiral stairwells, arched stone doorways in the lobby and the iconic brew kettles.
Geneva Ridge Resort
For generations, Lake Geneva in southern Wisconsin lake country has drawn thousands of visitors from across the U.S. Midwest to its sparkling beaches, shopping, dining, entertainment and golf. The Geneva Ridge luxury condominium hotel, managed in partnership with the Geneva National Golf Club, enjoyed a $100 million+ redevelopment thanks in part to funds raised from foreign investors based on the Milwaukee Regional Center.
FirstPathway Citizenship Fund
This fund invests in properties that qualify for EB-5 status. Each property is reviewed for its ability to generate the necessary direct and indirect jobs. Once this requirement has been established, the Fund analyzes the potential return on investment (ROI) and security of the overall project.
New Life Senior Wellness Center
New Life Senior Wellness Center is a mid-sized assisted living facility in the Lake Geneva region that provides senior care services, including memory care, assisted living care and adult day care.