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How might jobs in two separate locations be counted toward EB-5 job creation?

Jobs created in two separate locations may be acceptable, but EB-5 compliance may be complicated. First, if working with a regional center, the regional center’s jurisdiction must cover the whole project. Second, if investments are made at the lower TEA threshold of $500,000, all jobs will need to be located in the TEA. Third, if the separate locations reflect a split company structure, one of the companies must be the wholly-owned subsidiary of the other. Due to the complexity of such a scenario, an experienced EB-5 immigration attorney should be consulted before proceeding.