USCIS is not always consistent in their rulings and policies, but if you want to operate your own regional center, it all depends. If you're looking to obtain multiple projects or just associate your current project with an existing regional center, consulting with and retaining an experienced EB5 attorney (like the attorneys at our law firm) can help you develop an approvable strategy.
According to the USCIS website, an amendment is required for certain changes to a designated regional center and is optional for other changes. An amendment request must be filed to seek approval for any changes to the regional center’s name, ownership, or organizational structure, or any changes to the regional center’s administration that affect its oversight and reporting responsibilities, or to add or remove any of the regional center’s principals, immediately following the changed circumstances. As such, the transaction can be executed as long as the parties seek and obtain approval from USCIS.
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