Kurt: Under Regulation D, 506(c) reasonable steps must be taken to verify that investors are accredited. An accredited investor is any individual who, alone or jointly with a spouse, has a net worth at least $1 million, not including their primary residence, or any individual with adjusted gross income of $200,000, or with their spouse $300,000, over the past two years. Generally, in EB-5 this is not an issue, but it's something that has to be verified.
Jor, you've built a tool that helps verify accredited investors. Can you talk a little bit about that?