JOBS Act Implications & Other Articles

First, a reminder to RSVP to participate in the 5/1 USCIS EB-5 Stakeholder’s Meeting, either by teleconference or in person at the California Service Center in Laguna Niguel. Also consider attending the IIUSA EB-5 International Investment & Economic Development Forum held concurrently. Everyone who is anyone will be there. I’m teleconferencing the USCIS meeting because it’s going to be piping hot and I’m squeamish about war zones, but I will be at the IIUSA event, giving away my deepest business plan secrets. I’m looking forward to the comprehensive lineup of speakers arranged by IIUSA, and especially to the session “FOIA Report: 2008-2009 I-829 RFE/Denials & 2010 USCIS EB-5 Training Materials” with Robert Divine and Stephen Yale-Loehr speaking.

And a few articles on recent topics of interest.

Insights on the JOBS Act and its relevance for EB-5
Woo Hoo! The JOBS Act’s Passage Means No More Securities Compliance, Right? Not So Fast! by Michael G. Homeier
The Jobs Act: Improving Access to Capital Markets for Emerging Growth Companies by Kate Kalmykov

Articles related to the “tenant occupancy” issue
EB-5 Visa and the Tenant Occupancy Issue as Applied to Hotel Employees by Catherine DeBono Holmes and Victor T. Shum
EB-5 Job creation without project duplication – new USCIS target? by Kevin Jeffers
How Many Kinds of Nexus Can You Find Within EB-5? and Some Thoughts on USCIS Tenant Occupancy RFE by Joseph Whalen

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Suzanne Lazicki is a business plan writer, EB-5 expert, and founder of Lucid Professional Writing. Contact me at (626) 660-4030.

One Response to JOBS Act Implications & Other Articles

  1. Joe Whalen says:


    Memorandum is singular; the correct plural is Memoranda, not Memorandums! It is things like that that set it apart from the rest from the very start and make me want to read further.

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