Due to the recent financial troubles, they are worried about potentially failing projects after sufficient job creation. Can these clients proceed to file their permanent green card application and expect to be approved?
We are seeing increased inquiries from clients in the conditional green card stage waiting to fulfill their two-year sustainment period requirement. Due to the recent financial troubles, they are worried about potentially failing projects after sufficient job creation. Can these clients proceed to file their permanent green card application and expect to be approved?
Technically speaking, while their capital return could be in jeopardy, they should be approved if they can show sufficient evidence of sustained job creation. The jobs created should be attributable to the investor and must exist for at least two years to qualify. It is best to seek qualified counsel advice in these complicated situations.
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