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American Lending Center Expands Indian Market Share

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New Delhi office continues EB-5 investment company's international
growth

American Lending Center (ALC), a leading EB-5 regional center and
subsidiary of Regional Centers Holding Group, signaled its ongoing
expansion into Asia with the opening of the company's first Indian
office in New Delhi.

The office and heightened presence represent a significant step as the
company broadens its investor base and looks to increase market share in
the Indian financial space.

ALC has achieved a 100% success rate over all of its 70+ projects across
19 states since 2010, making it a uniquely successful EB-5 regional
center. ALC received a record-breaking nine EB-5 project approvals in
nine different cities for 30 newly approved investors in March of 2018
alone. The company is currently the largest non-bank SBA 504 lending
institution, having successfully provided over 350 million dollars to
American ventures.

"ALC is excited to build on our presence in India, which we believe to
be the next great area of opportunity in the EB-5 investment business,"
stated ALC Chief Executive Officer John Shen. "We are confident our
company can bring its EB-5 expertise and innovation to Indian investor
communities and make this new venture a successful addition to the ALC
brand."

Headquartered in Long Beach, California, ALC also has offices in
Beijing, Shanghai, Taipei, and Ho Chi Minh City.

The new Indian office is located in the Arunachal Building, Suite 807, 8th
Floor, 19, Barakhamba Road, Connaught Place, New Delhi, Delhi 110001.
For more information contact Ashutosh Mittal at +91 98100 48652.

About American Lending Center

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accountability.

American Lending Center (ALC) is a U.S. Citizenship & Immigration
Service designated regional center held by Regional Centers Holding
Group. ALC offers investment opportunities to immigrant investors who
are interested in obtaining permanent resident status in the United
States through the employment-based fifth preference visa (EB-5)
program. ALC has completed funding projects in 19 states, and is
committed to investment in deserving businesses anywhere, including
those in rural and other underserved areas.

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