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JEFFERSON TERMINAL, TEXAS - EB-5 INVESTOR PROJECT

Jefferson Terminal, EB-5 Project

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Jefferson Terminal - An Energy Infrastructure Project, in 2021

Outlined below is our current Project open for investment in the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program, through our experienced Regional Center - CanAm Enterprises for High Net Worth Immigration to USA and to obtain United States permanent residence (Green card). Fortress Transportation and Infrastructure Investors, a publicly traded company, owns and operates high quality infrastructure and equipment. FTAI is expanding the storage and pipeline connectivity capacity at Jefferson Terminal, its crude oil and refined products logistics facility located at the Port of Beaumont, Texas.

FTAI plans to deploy significant additional capital at Jefferson Terminal to increase tank and rail assets and capacity, build out marine dock capacity to handle Canadian crude exports, and develop pipeline connections to nearby refineries.

EB-5 Project Highlights - Jefferson Terminal

Jefferson Terminal - Crude Oil    Port of Beaumont - Oil Tank

The main highlights of the Jefferson Terminal EB-5 Project are:

1. Strategic Location - Port of Beaumont is the largest market in the U.S. for crude and petroleum products, containing over 50% of the U.S. refining capacity.

2. Strong Sponsorship and Government Support - FTAI is managed by a subsidiary of Fortress Investment Group LLC, which has managed the acqusitions of over $17 billion in transportation-related assets since 2012. In addition, the Jefferson Terminal is a public-private partnership between the Port of Beaumont Navigation District of Jeff erson County, Texas and Jefferson Gulf Coast Energy Partners LLC.

3. Contracted Revenues with Large, Well Capitalized Customers - Increasing growth of crude and petroleum exports have attracted more than $20 billion of capital investments in the region to increase refinery capacity.

4. Access to Multiple Modes of Transportation - Access to 6 unit train rail loops with direct connections to three Class I railroads (BNSF, Union Pacific, and Kansas City Southern). In addition, there are Multiple crude pipeline connections planned to nearby refineries.

5. Capability to Handle Multiple Products and Provide Value Added Service - Best-in-class heating capabilities on the U.S. Gulf Coast to heat and store heavy crudes at the terminal. Also, capable of transloading refined products from port to rail to other domestic and foreign markets.

6. Attractive Capital Stack & Strong Collateral - Equity contribution: $753 million (61%). The EB-5 investors will be in a fi rst lien position alongside other senior debt. The existing mix of assets owned by Jefferson provides cash flows as well as organic growth potential through identified projects.

7. Experienced Regional Center Operator - CanAm Enterprises offers the following advantages to Investors:
8. Meets USCIS Requirements - Qualified under new TEA rules. Minimum EB-5 investment amount is $900,000 USD. Projected job creation exceeds USCIS requirements, allocating 40 jobs per investor.

Total Capitalization - Jefferson Terminal

Total EB-5 Capitalization

Invested Equity: $753 million (61%)
Total Debt: $485 million

EB-5 Collateral

The EB-5 investment is classified as senior secured debt, sharing a first lien position with other senior lenders on substantially all of the project assets. The Borrower has contributed $753 million in equity.

Repayment of Funds

Repayment of EB-5 Funds    CanAm Repayment of EB-5 Funds

See VisaConnect's PDF Flier, as at 5 October 2021: Jefferson Terminal EB-5 Project - CanAm Regional Center - in 2021

CanAm Enterprises has a leading track-record, which includes:

Exemplar Approved Project - I-526 Petition Approval from the USCIS on 24 May 2021

Jefferson Terminal - Expansion of Operational Site

CanAm Enterprises is pleased to announce that its Jefferson Energy Terminal EB-5 project received Exemplar I-526 Petition approval from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) on May 24, 2021.

Tom Rosenfeld, CanAm’s President and CEO stated that: "The opportunity to obtain USCIS pre-approval of the Jefferson Energy Terminal project provides a great deal of assurance and predictability to both our project and our investors."

Walter S. Gindin, CanAm’sDirector of Legal Affairs, adds, "We strive to make sure that each submission to USCIS seeking pre-approval of a new project addresses any possible concerns that USCIS may have. We work closely with each project during our due diligence process to make certain that all the project-related information necessary to obtain approval of the Exemplar I-526 Petition Business Plan, Economic Impact Analysis, and supporting documentation is included in our Exemplar filings, to preempt any follow-up by USCIS in a Request for Evidence or Clarification. Our track record attests to that."

In addition, Jeffrey DeCicco, the CEO of CanAm Investor Services, the FINRA-registered broker-dealer affiliated with CanAm stated: "These investors are making an incredibly important decision for their families. Being able to tell them they only have to worry about documenting their source of funds because the project has been pre-approved takes an enormous amount of worry off the table."

Contact VisaConnect for EB-5 Investor Visa Advice

For information about the EB-5 Jefferson Terminal, Port of Beaumont, Texas Project, contact our Immigration Consultants:
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