Free EB-5 Evaluation

How might an EB-5 investor count preserved jobs?

In order to count existing jobs that are preserved due to an EB-5 investment, the new commercial enterprise (NCE) must qualify as a troubled business. For EB-5 purposes, a troubled business is one that has existed for more than two years and has, in the past 12 to 24 months, experienced a net loss of at least 20% of its net worth. Apart from investments in troubled business, only newly created job positions may be counted toward the EB-5 employment requirement.