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Q: What does a conditional Green Card mean?

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    The conditional green card is issued after approval of the I-526 (assuming there is no backlog for visas) It is valid for two years, and means that there are conditions...

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With the coronavirus impact on the economy, should investors worry about filing their I-829?

Posted by GCBI Team on April 1, 2020

Immigration lawyer Matt Galati has advice for investors concerned about filing an I-829 petition during this economic downturn. He says the key factor to approval is job creation — in particular, the “expectation” of such, according to regulations. Additionally, he...

EB-5 and the coronavirus: an immigration attorney offers some answers

Posted by GCBI Team on March 25, 2020

Immigration lawyer Carolyn Lee has addressed some concerns regarding how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted EB-5 investors and industry stakeholders. For example, if an I-829 petitioner cannot attend a biometrics appointment they should explain how the situation impacted their ability...

USCIS publishes EB-5 modernization Q&A with new TEA guidance

Posted by GCBI Team on March 18, 2020

USCIS has published online a question-and-answer document addressing some changes to the EB-5 program including priority date retention, Targeted Employment Areas, and removal of conditions on permanent residence. EB-5 expert Suzanne Lazicki points out that some of this TEA guidance...

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Restructuring your NCE operating documents for redeployment

Posted by GCBI Team on March 27, 2020

Featuring special guest Immigration lawyer  Mark A.Katzoff, – Hosted by Kurt Reuss and Rupy Cheema Special guest is Mark A. Katzoff, senior counsel, corporate, with international law firm Seyfarth Shaw. Mark has been...

When patience is no longer a virtue: Mandamus filing as a solution for pending EB-5 applications

Posted by GCBI Team on February 26, 2020

Featuring special guest Immigration lawyer Martin Lawler, – Hosted by Kurt Reuss and Rupy Cheema Special guest is Martin Lawler, one of the leading immigration lawyers in the U.S. With over 30 years...

Navigating the new world of Targeted Employment Areas (TEAs)

Posted by GCBI Team on February 13, 2020

Featuring special guest economist Michael Kester – Hosted by Kurt Reuss and Rupy Cheema Special guest is Michael Kester, partner and lead economist of Impact DataSource, a Texas-based consulting firm that is a...

Podcasts

Mandamus Filing – A Solution for Long Pending EB-5 Applications?

Posted by GCBI Team on March 19, 2020

When an I-526 or I-829 petition is taking too long to be adjudicated, sometimes patience is no longer a virtue and a Mandamus filing is the answer. Veteran immigration lawyer...

  
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