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Panelists: RUSS FOX, RON DUKE, ROBERT DIVINE, DAN LUNDY

Moderated by: KURT REUSS, RUPY CHEEMA

New EB-5 legislation will likely require regional centers to provide detailed evidence annually of the progress made toward the completion of their projects. A construction monitor is about to become part of the regional center's procedures. 

How can I-829 compliance help ensure compliance with USCIS and assist in preparing the I-829?

Learn what's involved, how the monitoring and I-829 compliance is performed, and how this is helpful beyond USCIS requirements and the costs involved. 

Russ Fox

Russ Fox 

Kitchell

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Robert Divine

Baker Donnelson 

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Dan Lundy

Klasko 

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Kurt Reuss

Primary Capital

 

With a changing landscape in EB-5, I-829 compliance and construction monitoring services can help ensure Regional Center compliance with USCIS and upcoming legislation. Our discussion includes:

  • What are I-829 compliance and construction monitoring
  • How much do these services cost
  • Will construction monitoring be required in the Integrity Bill via H.R. 5992
  • Who should engage a construction monitor
  • What other steps can be taken to ensure fraud prevention and compliance