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Growing Northern Nevada Globally Through Foreign Capital Investment

Growing Northern Nevada Globally Through Foreign Capital Investment


Carson City, Nevada – In its ongoing campaign to educate area real estate agents and community members on the changing economic environment in Northern Nevada, the Reno Tahoe International Council (RTIC) will be holding an Economic Forum on February 12th, 2015. The event will take place at the Atlantis from 10 am until 2 pm providing networking opportunities and presentations addressing the impact of a global economic presence, economic advantages and cultural understanding. Topics will highlight area economic development, the impact of business on Northern Nevada and the local housing industry, and growing business through foreign capital investment.

The event has drawn astonishing attention and SOLD OUT prior to the event. Over 170 real estate agents, community members and presenters are expected to attend. Forum presenters include:

Governor’s Office on Economic Development Northern Nevada Development Authority Nevada Housing Division

University of Nevada, Reno

Builders Association of Western Nevada Nevada State EB-5 Regional Center Global Cultural Navigators

The Reno Tahoe Airport Authority Comstock Mining

City of Reno City of Sparks

Builders Association of Northern Nevada Tesla

Presenter, Lynn Beteag, Administrator for the Nevada State EB-5 Regional Center, is expected to highlight the advantages of accessing foreign capital through the EB-5 Program. The Regional Center is located in Carson City, Nevada and works to bring together both new and expanding companies/ project developers with foreign capital investors to create local jobs.

Advantages to qualifying as an EB-5 project are numerous such as: capital investment, flexible and favorable terms, direct access to the international market, and no long term loss of equity.

The benefit of the EB-5 program to the foreign investor is they may obtain legal entry through the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) program.

“The Nevada State EB-5 Regional Center is one of only two non-profit regional centers in the US. Our mission is to promote foreign capital investment in Northern Nevada to expanding companies, new project development and new companies. I encourage any local project looking for capital to contact us to explore the many advantages of participation. The NVEB-5 can assist in bringing a global market to your local business,” said Ms. Beteag.

About The Nevada State EB-5 Regional Center

The professionals at the Nevada State EB-5 Regional Center (NVEB-5) work to bring together exceptional business ventures, both new and expanding, and foreign capital investors. Through a stringent application and investment process, foreign investors can become fully qualified to obtain a U.S. Green Card for legal immigration into the United States. Unlike traditional EB-5 Regional Centers, NVEB-5 is a unique blend of a non-profit and an approved U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) organization. NVEB-5 is located in the State Capital in beautiful Carson City, Nevada and works closely with the State of Nevada’s Northern Nevada Development Authority (NNDA) and the USCIS. The NVEB-5 board of directors are highly qualified and well-respected business managers, governmental officials and  community leaders who provide sound solutions for businesses and viable opportunities for foreign investors. For more information on how to become a project or foreign capital investor, please visit: or call: 855-498-6360

For more information, or to schedule an interview, please contact Josie Martel at: 775.220.7820 or

Enclosure: Event Flyer available; photos after event

Josie Martel

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