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The I-829 petition is the final step of the EB-5 visa process for the investors to become lawful permanent residents of the United States. Form I-829 is for the EB-5 investor to petition to remove the conditions on their, and certain dependents’ permanent resident status which they obtained based on investment in a new commercialview more
The EB-5 investor can file the I-829 petition with USCIS starting 90 days before the end of the two year conditional permanent status period. The petitioner’s conditional residency will be extended while the I-829 is processed. The I-829 application must be filed within 21 to 24 months of the investor’s two year conditional residency period;view more
There are numerous pieces of evidence that EB-5 investors must supply within the I-829 petition to prove that they have fulfilled all EB-5 program requirements: – proof of conditional permanent resident card (green card); – proof that a commercial enterprise was established – proof that the capital investment was made – proof that the commercialview more
Usually, immigration attorneys compile and submit I-829 Petitions on behalf of their clients. The petition is sent to the USCIS Service Center for processing. Once the I-829 is approved, the investor’s conditional residency restriction is removed so that the investor, their spouse and their unmarried children under the age of 21 can live in theview more
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