What happens to an investment if USCIS denies the EB-5 investor’s I-526 petition?
What is the normal processing time for I-526 petitions?
Why might an I-526 petition be adjudicated later than other petitions from the same project filed at the same time?
How long does it take for USCIS to adjudicate an investor’s I-526 petition after the project receives exemplar status?
How long does it take USCIS to adjudicate direct investments?
What can be done if an EB-5 investor’s nonimmigrant visa is expected to expire before I-526 adjudication?
How much money must an investor have in escrow to be considered “in the process of investing”?
What is the maximum length of time an investor will have to wait for I-526 petition adjudication?
Which date is used to determine if an investor can file Form I-485, the “date for filing” or the “final action date”?
How will an EB-5 investor know their I-526 petition was filed?
On the USCIS processing time website, what does the “Processing Cases as of Date” column indicate?
How is the filing date of an I-526 petition determined?
How long does it take USCIS to preapprove exemplar projects?
Can a foreign national submit an I-526 petition while abroad?
How might investors’ I-829 petitions be affected by an incomplete project?
How do delays in I-485 processing affect I-829 petitions?
What do the terms “processing” and “adjudication” mean in reference to the I-526 petition?
What happens once an EB-5 investor files Form I-829?
Does an EB-5 project have to receive USCIS pre-approval?