I-829 Approval

Bill Gresser Receives PRESTIGIOUS Award for I-829 Approvals – Miami, 2017

Bill Gresser Receives PRESTIGIOUS Award for I-829 Approvals – Miami, 2017

Miami, Florida, October 24, 2017

Bill Gresser, President of EB-5 New York State, LLC receiving an award from Peter Joseph, Executive Director, IIUSA during the IIUSA Conference. This award was given to EB-5 New York State, LLC for the Company’s success in bringing EB-5 projects ‘full circle’ – meaning that the Company has EB-5 projects in which EB-5 Investors’ I-829 Petitions were approved by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”).

This is a great accomplishment not only for the Regional Center, but also for the EB-5 Investors and their families who have earned unconditional permanent residency (permanent US green card) through EB-5 New York State’s affiliated investment projects.

If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Phoebe Gresser at peg@eb5nys.com.

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Bill Gresser Speaks on Preparing for I-829 Success Panel at the EB-5 Investors Magazine Conference – Las Vegas, Nevada, 2017

Bill Gresser Speaks on Preparing for I-829 Success Panel at the EB-5 Investors Magazine Conference – Las Vegas, Nevada, 2017

Las Vegas, NV, January 13, 2017

Bill Gresser, President of EB-5 New York State, LLC and Vice President of IIUA participated on the two-part panel “Monitoring, Compliance and Preparing for Success Through I-829” during the 2017 EB-5 Investors Magazine conference.

Bill Gresser was proudly joined by his fellow panelists:

  • Michael Homeier, Homeier & Law, P.C.
  • Dawn Lurie, Seyfarth Shaw LLP
  • Julie Myers, Guidepost Solutions, and
  • Reid Thomas, NES Financial

The panelists discussed common reasons for, and strategies to avoid, RFEs at the I-829 stage. As the panelists discussed, the key to avoiding RFEs is to prepare for the I-829 petition from the onset of project contemplation. Bill and his fellow panelists emphasized Regional Center compliance in their discussion of the interdependent variables that contribute to I-829 success.

If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Phoebe Gresser at peg@eb5nys.com.

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