About Us

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CMB Regional Centers, is one of the oldest active regional centers in the EB-5 Industry. CMB was established on a simple principle: “take care of the client first and we will both achieve success.” Since authorization as an EB-5 Regional Center in 1997, CMB has assisted more than 5,700 families from 102 different countries toward achieving their primary goal of permanent residence in the US.

CMB Founder & CEO, Mr. Patrick Hogan and the CMB team are distinguished as pioneers in EB-5 industry. CMB is the first Regional Center to utilize a ‘loan model’ for an EB-5 investment and the first regional center to use indirect and induced jobs solely to meet the job creation requirement for investors’ I-829 petition approval.

In 2014, CMB set the standard for ethics and transparency in the EB-5 category by undertaking independent third-party audits of all of their project partnerships. The audits included review of all financial transactions and investors’ immigration performance, i.e., I-526 petition and I-829 petition approval claims within the partnership. This high standard has become a hallmark of CMB’s leadership in the EB-5 industry.

CMB has a long history of support for AILA’s National and Regional Chapter efforts. The reason is simple: CMB believes that through our support of AILA, it is the client and their family who ultimately benefit. 

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Contact Us

CMB Regional Centers

7819 42nd Street West

Rock Island, IL 61201

Phone: (309) 797-1550

gconnors@cmbeb5visa.com

cmbeb5visa.com

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