About Suzanne Lazicki
Suzanne Lazicki is an EB-5 business plan writer and the owner of Lucid Professional Writing, LLC, based in Ogden, Utah. She assists clients in writing and preparing business plans to be reviewed by USCIS, with a focus on business plans for EB-5 immigrant investor petitions. Since 2010, Ms. Lazicki has prepared more than 200 EB-5 business plans for foreign investors, regional centers, and project developers. She has developed business plans for numerous industry sectors, such as nonresidential building construction, lessors of real estate, and restaurants and other eating places, in locations all across the United States. Ms. Lazicki has expertise in EB-5 visa program trends and regulations, along with internet-based industry and market research.
Lucid Professional Writing’s services include preparing I-526 business plans for direct EB-5 investments; I-526 business plans for regional center investments; I-924 business plans for exemplar, hypothetical, and actual investment projects; and EB-5 business plan reviews. Ms. Lazicki also has experience preparing other business plans, such as those for E-2 and L-1 applications. Prior to founding Lucid in 2009, she worked for various marketing, investment, and real estate firms in China and the United States. She obtained her B.A. in English Literature, summa cum laude, from Seattle Pacific University, and her M.B.A. from Weber State University in Ogden, Utah.
In addition to maintaining a well-recognized weblog featuring EB-5 news and information, Ms. Lazicki’s publications include a chapter on business plans in the AILA-published, Immigration Options for Investors & Entrepreneurs, along with several articles in editions of the Regional Center Business Journal. She previously served on the IIUSA Editorial Committee. She has also presented on matters related to EB-5 business plans on a number of occasions, such as at the Annual IIUSA EB-5 International Investment & Economic Development Forums, the EB-5 Institute Conference, and Los Angeles County Bar Association (LACBA) events.