EB-5 economist Michael Kester thinks the changes to Targeted Employment Area (TEA) designations are the most significant of all the new program rules. Who now makes that determination? What census tracts can be used for the calculation of a high-unemployment TEA? Learn about red flags to watch out for, how the TEA project landscape might change, and why you need a TEA analyst before investing.

The new rules mean much fewer EB-5 investments will qualify at the TEA level. If investing at the $900,000 TEA level (vs. $1.8 million for a standard project) matters to you or your clients, learn all you can from an expert about this critical subject.

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