Now available on the IIUSA Online Marketplace is the newly published, peer-reviewed economic impact study by Minnesota IMPLAN Group (MiG), Inc. and commissioned by IIUSA. The report is titled: Economic Impact Report of the EB-5 Program 2010-2011: An Economic Development Program for the 21st Century – and it is an essential tool for telling the full story of the Program’s economic contribution to the United States.
The 2013 IIUSA EB-5 Forum Handbook is also for sale online at IIUSA Marketplace for $75. The Handbook features original articles by speakers and IIUSA data-analysis, including:
- “Essay on the Search for a Legal, Logical, Economic, or Policy Basis for USCIS’s ‘Tenant Occupancy’ Policy on Selectively Withholding ‘Credit’ for EB-5 Job Creation” by Cletus Weber and Paul Sommers
- “USCIS EB-5 Training Materials 2008 to 2011” by Suzanne Lazicki (an analysis of over 2,000 pages of materials used by USCIS to train immigration service officers for adjudicating EB-5 cases)
- “SEC Focus on Unregistered Broker-Dealers Implications for EB-5 Offerings” By Jackie Prester
- “EB-5 I-829 RFEs and Denials: New Analysis of What USCIS Looks for” by Sonia Sujanani, Stephen Yale-Loehr & Robert C. Divine
- “EB-5 Financing for Hotel Development: Using Guest Expenditures to Calculate Job Creation for Hotels” by Catherine Homes & Victor Shum
- “EB-5 Related Filing & Processing Statistics: Analysis of I-526, I-829 & I-924s” and “EB-5 Visa Statistics (2006-2012)” By Peter D. Joseph