For the past fifteen years the California Consortium for Agricultural Export (CCAE) team has developed a comprehensive understanding of EB-5 immigration. This team takes great pride in meeting and exceeding the immigration and investment objectives of each and every individual EB-5 investor.
The California Consortium for Agricultural Export officially formed in 2002 after having received its Regional Center designation by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services. The preparation, however, began in 1998 when the company founder committed to understanding the CIS’ Investor Visa Pilot Program and applying for Regional Center status.
This commitment has translated into an understanding of the specific requirements for immigration within this category, the development of job- creation models that illustrate how jobs are preserved and created through Consortium business opportunities, and how business results will benefit the San Joaquin Valley economy.
The Consortium is affiliated with several successful and long-standing San Joaquin Valley companies doing business in a variety of industries including commercial and residential real estate development and agricultural fertilizer manufacturing and sales. In total, these organizations have built over 1,000 structures in the state of California and have supplied fertilizer products to some of the most prestigious farming operations in the world. They are supported by a team of professionals with disciplines ranging from law and finance to operations and management. These professionals are well-educated, conscientious people who are dedicated to personal, corporate, and community success; attributes that have helped the companies earn a reputation for quality, efficiency, and reliability.