USCIS Issues Guidance on EB-5 Regional Center Tenant-Occupancy Job Creation Methodologies

Posted on: December 29th, 2012
by Greg Siskind
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It’s complicated stuff, but USCIS is trying to give some more clarification for regional centers in how they can demonstrate that they meet indirect job creation requirements for EB-5 investments when their projects rely on a showing that businesses they are renting space to will create the required ten full time jobs per investor. USCIS has recently been hung up on the worry that tenants are just relocating jobs rather than creating new ones. Here’s a link to the new guidance which doesn’t really seem to clear anything up. I’ll be interested in seeing what others have to say.