FAST TRACK TO US GREEN CARDS - Assisting families around the world to become permanent residents of the United States.
The Eb-5 investor must file I-526 petition Form after investing or being actively in the process of investing the required investment amount in a new commercial enterprise (NCE): 1. In which the investor will engage in a managerial capacity through day-to-day managerial control or policy formulation; 2. Which will benefit the U.S. economy; and 3.view more
The petition and accompanying documents must show the investor has already invested or otherwise irrevocably committed his or her capital to the project. Necessary evidence may include bank statements, investment agreements, and/or other evidence that the necessary amount of capital has been invested. Furthermore, documentation must be provided with Form I-526 that shows the investedview more
Usually, immigration attorneys compile and submit I-526 Petitions on behalf of their clients. The petition is sent to the USCIS Service Center for processing.view more
Once an EB-5 investor’s I-526 is approved, he or she can apply for permanent resident status. If already in the U.S. under a different status, the investor will file Form I-485 to adjust his or her status. Applicants living abroad must file Form DS-230 for immigration visa interview.view more
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