3501 Jamboree Rd South Tower, Suite 606 Newport Beach, CA 92660 Ph 949-856-2200 / Fax 949-856-2313 www.inlanddevelopmentinc.com Wm. Buck Johns, President email@example.com William To PO Box 5113 San Diego, CA 92165 Dear William To, It was a pleasure meeting with you, and for your records you will find a fully executed copy of the Contract for Services entered into between your organization and Inland Development Group I, Inc. which authorizes you to screen and present potential accredited investors to Inland Development Group I, Inc. for consideration as limited partners in the Victorville Regional Center which is more fully addressed herein. We are looking forward to working with you. Although we believe that you have an understanding of the various projects in which the various entities associated with Inland Development Group I, Inc. and its president, William Buck Johns, we would like to outline some of those projects for you to discuss with potential investors as background information. Projects of Entitles Related to Inland Development Group I, Inc. Inland Development Group, Inc. serves as the General Partner of the Partnership. The General Partner will monitor the Partnership’s investment in SCLAA and will work with the Regional Center of Victorville Development, Inc. with respect to compliance with the applicable immigration laws and the EB5 Visa Program. Entities related to Inland Development Inc. have been major infrastructure developers in the Inland Empire of Southern California for nearly thirty years. Their team of specialists work closely with state and local agencies and municipalities to carry out the development of major projects of all sizes and technologies. Inland Development’s experience includes the ability to negotiate contracts, obtain permits and arrange construction or permanent financing as necessary. Partial List of Projects 830 MW High Desert Power Project 570 MW Victorville 2 Hybrid Power Project 570 MW Palmdale Hybrid Power Project 32 Mile Natural Gas Pipeline Inland Port / Intermodal Facility at Southern California Logistics Airport High Speed Rail from Victorville to Las Vegas 13,000 acre Master Planned Mixed Use Development in Victorville Community Choice Aggregation Electricity Supply Program African Cellular Infrastructure Development African Agricultural Operations List of Websites www.inlanddevelopmentinc.com www.inlandenergy.com www.inlandgroupafricallc.com www.inlandgroupinc.com www.palmdale1.com www.scmpa.net www.victorville2.com www.vveb5.com Background: The EB-5 Program and Its Benefits In 1990, the U.S. government created the EB-5 immigrant investor visa category (“Green Card”) as part of the Immigration Act. This new category was created in the hopes of attracting foreign immigrant investment to the U.S. and, in the process, creating new jobs for American workers. One of the application requirements to obtain an EB-5 visa, is that an immigrant invest $500,000 in a “Federally Designated Regional Center”. One such center is the “Victorville Regional Center” located in Southern California. The benefits of the EB-5 program are as follows: All legal Green Card holders under the EB-5 Investor Program enjoy the same benefits as every other United States resident. The U.S. is a safe harbor for the investor, the investor’s family as well as the investor’s business investments. Any qualifying member of the investor’s family with an “EB-5 Visa” can enter the U.S. at any time and stay as long as he or she wishes. Investors may come to the United States for personal or business purposes any time. EB-5 Green Card holders can travel to the U.S. without the need for applying for a visa at a US Consulate or Embassy. They may work, live, or own their property or businesses anywhere in the United States. The U.S. has internationally recognized colleges and universities, graduate or post-graduate. As a Green Card holder, the investor may benefit from lower tuition costs. The cost of living in the U.S. is less than most large industrial nations. Housing costs are significantly lower, and consumer goods and services are generally less expensive than comparable services and goods in many other western countries. Students may work in the U.S. while attending college and university, and continuing graduate and postgraduate studies. The U.S. provides public schools, health and medical attention, social security, and other social programs. The EB-5 Investor has the ability to bring other qualified family members to the U.S. after proper application, and can obtain U.S. Citizenship after 5 years. The EB-5 Application Process 1. The investor chooses the Victorville Regional Center program and signs the Subscription Agreement, the Limited Partnership Agreement, the Escrow agreement, and deposits US $550,000 into the escrow account. 2. Legal Counsel submits Immigrant Petition (I-526). 3. Upon approval of I-526, the Department of State issues an Investment Packet for Immigration Visa Application which contains information and forms for investor completion prior to scheduling a visa interview. 4. The investor is notified of U.S. Consulate Interview date and receives Appointment Package for Immigration Visa Applicants. Medical examination is required. 5. U. S. Consulate Interview. Conditional Visa is granted usually at the time of the interview. 6. Immigrants enter the U.S. within 180 days after visa approval. 7. 21-24 months after U.S. entry, legal counsel files application for removal of conditions on visa (I-829). 8. The conditional status of the visa is removed and permanent residency is granted. The Victorville Regional Center EB-5 Program The Victorville Regional Center was carefully designed by Paul W. Virtue to meet the EB-5 Visa requirements under the Immigration Act and Regulations. Mr. Virtue is a partner at Hogan & Hartson, Wash. D.C., and is a former Executive Associate Commissioner, Office of Program, and General Counsel, to the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service (USINS). All funds invested are reinvested with government agencies and as a result, the government agencies are the responsible parties to repay the investment. Nearly all the government agencies are joint power authorities with the City of Victorville as participants. They have the power to issue bonds and receive tax increment financing, making the Victorville Regional Center a very attractive investment. Inland Development Group I, Inc. serves as the General Partner of the investment partnership. Under the Advisory Agreement, the General Partner reviews and analyzes all investment projects in the Victorville Regional Center to determine if they meet the tough criteria and stated objectives for its investments. The Subscription Price is $550,000 (including a syndication fee of $50,000); $500,000 will be loaned to governmental entities for 5 years with interest at 5% per year. Half of the annually paid interest will be distributed to the investor with the remaining half allocated to the General Partner. The loan will be made on an individually Ear-Marked basis, which means that the investor can start the Five Year Term Loan without having to wait for other investors who may need more time to file the I-526 petitions for conditional green cards. After the completion of the investor’s Five Year Term Loan, the City will repay the loan, and the investor may redeem the investment with the repaid money, again without having to wait for other investors who might need additional time for the I-829 petitions to remove the conditions or to change status. The investor must decide to make any EB-5 Visa Program investment with the full knowledge that there is “No Guarantee” that its EB-5 Visa card application will be approved by USCIS, and that there is “No Guarantee” that the invested money will be returned in full or even in part. It is required to be “Investment at Risk.” Further, the investment must remain "At Risk" throughout the EB-5 Green Card process and thereafter. If the investor borrows the investment principle, it may not use its partnership interest as security for the loan. The investor can, however, use other assets as security or guarantors unrelated to the investment. If, with full knowledge of this risk, the investor still decides to make the $500,000 investment in the Victorville Regional Center then, the United States government will give the investor an opportunity to apply for and obtain a Green Card, again without any guarantee. We feel that this is an outstanding opportunity for investors such as your clients who are interested in obtaining residency in the United States. We hope that this letter is useful to you in your efforts abroad. Should you need any further information, we stand prepared to assist you in any way we can. William Buck Johns, President Inland Development Group I, Inc.