How do State Agencies Evaluate Combined TEA Areas
How do State Agencies Evaluate Combined TEA Areas March 1, 2016 Posted by: eb5-economist Category: EB-5 Economics, EB-5 Job Creation, TEA Letters No Comments EB-5 investment projects today that are located in a Targeted Employment Area (TEA) qualify for an EB-5 investment at the reduced $500,000 investment level compared with $1,000,000 for investments not located
- March 1, 2016
- Category: EB-5 Economics, EB-5 Job Creation, TEA Letters
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