USCIS EB-5 Adjudication Trends: I-526/I-829 Petitions & I-924 Applications
With investor demand reaching heights not seen before in 24-year history of the EB-5 Program, IIUSA has observed multi-year trends that shed light on new realities facing EB-5 stakeholders and how investor petitions are adjudicated by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
In fiscal year 2014, the volume of I-526 petitions (used by an entrepreneur who wishes to immigrate to the United States) and I-829 petitions (the removal of conditions) reached an all-time high. This webinar will highlight these growth trends as well as the analysis of large data sets of I-526 and I-829 RFEs/Denials that inform us to what issues are coming up in the adjudication of these petitions. Additionally, this webinar will assess recent processing trends and any issues pertaining to a backlog of petitions. All of these issues will be looked at from the perspective of EB-5 Regional Centers and project developers, investors, and other EB-5 industry stakeholders.
On August 20th, come take a closer look at how the adjudication of petitions continues to evolve the EB-5 Program.
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