I-829 Econ Reports

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Erin delivered our report two days early and was very responsive when we needed to update it with our final construction budget. I strongly recommend her to other project developers seeking quality work at a competitive price.

Robert Sarner
Real Estate Developer

We have worked with Erin on two hotel development projects by a Chinese real estate company in the New York area. We are very pleased with her reports and will continue to work with her on our future projects.

Jenny Chen
Vice President of Development

Erin is one of the hardest working individuals I have had the opportunity to work with. She has always been available during and after hours to talk through our projects and we greatly appreciate her commitment to the project and our team.

Richard Sehayik
Boutique Hotel Developer

We strongly recommend Erin Osborne. Her USCIS experience and practical approach allows us to get our projects to market quickly with minimal delay and her fees are fair.

Doug Feinstein
Assisted Living Facility Developer

I cannot thank Erin enough for her efforts. One of our business plan writers had a question about the timing of jobs in the economic report and she made herself available to speak directly with our vendor and quickly addressed the questions.

Michael Sophinos
EB5 Regional Center Owner

Proving Actual Job Creation

One of the most critical stages of the EB-5 process is the I-829 submission stage. During this final stage, investors petition the government to remove conditions on their Green Cards. To ensure a successful completion of the immigration process, investors must demonstrate that their investment has successfully created an adequate number of jobs to satisfy program requirements.

In the case of regional center projects, it’s generally recommended that an updated, abbreviated economic impact report be included with the investor’s I-829 filing package to clearly demonstrate the requisite number of jobs have been created.

These reports should outline actual construction expenditures, actual revenue from operations (if applicable), and prove actual job creation & economic impact. If a project’s construction timeline, costs, or revenues differ from original projections, a more in-depth analysis may be required to satisfy program requirements.

Contact our team today to learn more our I-829 report packages and get started today.

Our Process for I-829 Job Creation Analysis

EB-5 Economist will review and analyze the original report and work with the project sponsor to make appropriate updates. In most cases, it’s more economical to deliver a new, abbreviated economic impact report inclusive of appropriate updates and clarifications in order to demonstrate actual jobs created by a project.

Why Work with Us

Industry Veterans Consistently Choose to Work with Us

Our clients engage us for I-829 economic impact report updates for a variety of reasons. Existing clients trust our quality of work and speed of delivery and rely on us to assist with updating existing reports or to provide entirely new studies as needed. New clients usually come to us by referral or because their previous economist has left the industry. Whatever the case, our team can provide the final job creation analysis in an efficient, accurate, and cost-effective manner.

Proving adequate job creation is the most crucial part of the I-829 stage and engaging seasoned professionals to assist with the final analysis is key to closing a successful EB-5 offering. 


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