Immigration lawyer Joesph Barnett says there are five things an EB-5 investor living in the U.S. should know about filing an I-485 to receive conditional permanent residency. Key points include: U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will look for misrepresentations or inconsistencies between a current I-485 and prior applications; an investor is not allowed to file an I-485 if they have had any unauthorized employment — even for just a single day.
An EB-5 investor living in the U.S., perhaps as a student or working, may be eligible to stay in the country and get a conditional Green Card by an Adjustment of Status; this is done with the approval of a Form I-485. Immigration lawyer Joseph Barnett of Wolfsdorf Rosenthal, has five key considerations for EB-5 investors who wish to do so.
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