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Forbes: Houston EB5’s CEO Featured Article on Recent EB-5 Reforms

The EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program is administered by United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to grant investors, along with their immediate families, permanent residence in the U.S. in exchange for a minimum investment amount in a project which has proven to create at least 10 full-time U.S. jobs. Under this recently extended and renewed program, significant capital investment funds have been generated, creating numerous jobs which help the U.S. economy.

Houston EB5’s Managing Director, Roberto Contreras IV, appointed to IIUSA’s Board of Directors

Houston EB5 Managing Director, Roberto Contreras IV, accepts his appointment to the prestigious Invest in The USA (IIUSA) Board of Directors. IIUSA, the membership based, non-profit trade group for the EB-5 industry, advocates for policies that maximize the economic benefits of the EB-5 Regional Center program for the United States.

Houston EB5 March Newsletter

BREAKING NEWS: EB-5 Regional Center Reauthorized

Reforma: Regresa el conocido programa para Green Cards

Houston EB5 February Newsletter

Houston EB5 January Newsletter

Bisnow: Houston Hotels Have Largely Bounced Back

When the Thompson Hotel opens at DC Partners' $500M mixed-use project The Allen next year, CEO Roberto Contreras hopes to see the coronavirus in the rearview mirror. Contreras admits Houston business travel hasn't yet recovered from devastating 2020 lows. But he points to DC Partners' strong success with weekend traffic at its Thompson hotel in San Antonio as evidence leisure travel has come roaring back. And by the time the first phase of its Houston hotel and condominium development opens in 2023, he is optimistic the same will be said of business travel at luxury hotels like The Thompson and The Laura, a downtown hotel under Marriott's Autograph Collection that just opened last week.

PaperCity: Houston’s $500 Million Tower and Luxe Hotel Project Gets a Dramatic Laser Show Welcome — Stepping Into the World of The Allen

The two-tiered event began on the 30th floor of the tower, which will house both the hotel and the residences, with a beam-signing by principals in the project led by DC Partners founder and CEO Roberto Contreras along with development partners from Westmont Hospitality, TQ Real Estate Development, GT Leach, Abel Design Group and HOK. Hard hats were in order.
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