How can my fiance receive a green card through my EB-5 application?
At the time of applying for my EB-5 application, I was just engaged to my finance. Will my finance still receive the temporary green card? In other words, do I need to be legally married to my partner before applying for EB-5 in order to receive the green card for both me and my partner?
Yes, as long as you marry before you apply for a conditional Green Card after the I-526 is approved.
At the time of I-526 applications, you do not need to be married. You can always add your wife before you apply for conditional permanent residency. If you don't, you can always sponsor your wife once you obtain your green card. USCIS in their website clearly states: In order to bring your spouse (husband or wife) to live in the United States as a green card holder (permanent resident), you must be either a U.S. citizen or green card holder.
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