Would marrying a spouse born in a country that is not experiencing retrogression speed up the EB-5 process?
Would marrying a spouse born in a country that is not experiencing retrogression speed up the EB-5 process, that is obtaining the conditional green card once the I-526 has been approved?
Absolutely. The spouse born in the country that is experiencing retrogression could avail himself/herself to the country cross-chargeability rule and significantly accelerate the process.
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