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The Ohio Regional Center's application for the Immigrant Investor Program was officially supported by United States Senator Sherrod Brown, Ohio Senator Bill Beagle, the Commissioners of Miami and Montgomery Counties, the City Managers of Huber Heights and Tipp City and the Assistant City Manager of Vandalia. On November 21, 2013, the Ohio Regional Center, owned by Albert Naggar, was approved by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services to operate an EB-5 center.

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The Ohio Regional Center (Ohio RC) is conveniently located in one of the richest states in political history with a leading business climate, Ohio. Encompassing portions of its surrounding Midwest states, Kentucky and Indiana, the Ohio RC's successes will stretch across state lines and will demonstrate positive national effects on the job market and the economy as a whole. 

With unparalleled experience and business acumen behind the helm, the Ohio RC will provide investors and their immediate family members with an opportunity to obtain permanent residency in the U.S. through attractive investment opportunities under the congressionally mandated EB-5 Regional Center Pilot Program. 

Each Ohio RC project is developed with the ultimate goal of meeting EB-5 job creation requirements while providing investors with a worthwhile investment opportunity. Ohio RC projects will extend across a total of 38 selected counties in the states of Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana. 

As a whole, the Ohio RC strives to provide its investors and their families with a sound investment in a region known for its positive business environment and history, while providing a personal investment in the future residency of each investor and his or her family for generations to come. The results are a superior product and excellent financial return for investors.

The Ohio RC seeks businesses that need capital above $3 million. Historically, investor interest has been focused on the accommodation, healthcare, academic, manufacturing, and restaurant industry sectors.