RC designation letters

I’ve been complaining ever since USCIS reformatted its list of approved Regional Centers to list names only, with no contact information and no details about approved industries and geographic area for each center. I believe that everyone benefits from transparency about who is behind the Regional Centers and what they are designated to do. But now I’m happy, because USCIS has released letters of designation for nearly all the approved Regional Centers. A file with all the letters in alphabetical order can be found in the Electronic Reading Room on the USCIS website. I have also updated my Regional Center list with links to individual letters. (I’m still troubleshooting the format. If my link doesn’t take you to the correct page the first time, go back and try again.) I also recommend Lincoln Stone’s article analyzing “Trends in Approvals of Regional Centers in the EB-5 Investor Visa Program” based on these letters.

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

One Response to RC designation letters

  1. Val says:

    Please clarify if an alien can apply for a Regional Center designation. For example, 5 prospective EB-5 investors decided to take advantage of RC indirect and induced jobs concept, by forming a RC and investing into a specific business.

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