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I-829 petition denial: why it happens and what to do

WR Immigration advises that an I-829 petition usually happens because of ineligible job creation; other reasons can be source or path of funds, fraud, or misrepresentation. But investors and their families have options. An investor can file an administrative review of the denial with USCIS, challenge the denial in federal court, or even make a new EB-5 investment and file a new I-526E petition. If challenging an I-829 denial, an investor can remain a conditional permanent resident with temporary I-551 stamps until there is an administratively final order of removal.

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