2013 EB-5 Impact Study, New & Removed RCs

2013 EB-5 Impact Study
Every year IIUSA commissions an economist to analyze data on EB-5 investment amounts and job creation as reported by Regional Centers in their I-924A annual reports. The 2013 report was prepared by the Alward Institute for Collaborative Science, and has been just released — for free! See The Economic Impact and Contribution of the EB-5 Immigration Program 2013, prepared by David Kay. Past reports have been only available for purchase at a hefty rate; this one may be publicly available because IIUSA is hoping to get an updated version shortly based on 2014 annual report data. The report is a wonderful resource because it’s based on professional, peer-reviewed analysis of a comprehensive data set obtained via FOIA request, and helps translate the performance of individual Regional Centers into numbers for GDP and job creation by geographic area and sector.

New & Removed Regional Centers
Additions to the USCIS Regional Center List, 5/11/2015 to 5/22/2015

Additions to the USCIS Terminated Regional Center List 5/23/2015 to 5/22/2015

  • Front Burner Restaurants Regional Center – Southern California(California)
  • Louisiana Mississippi Regional Center (Louisiana, Mississippi)
  • New Jersey Liberty Regional Center, LLC (New Jersey)
  • Tennessee Regional Center, LLC (North Carolina)
  • Coastal Carolina Regional Center (South Carolina)

About Suzanne (www.lucidtext.com)
Lucid Professional Writing provides writing and editing services for businesses and scholars, and specializes in assisting clients to prepare business plans for filing with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.

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