Another response to the announcement “USCIS Adjusts Process for Managing EB-5 Visa Petition Inventory.” Today’s question: Does timely I-526 processing really benefit, or make a difference, to everyone? What about people from countries facing long visa wait times regardless? Does someone from Vietnam care about getting I-526 approval in 2020, if he can’t expect a visa until 2024 anyway? In fact, shouldn’t he rather wait as long as possible for an I-526 decision, since his children are protected from aging out so long as the petition is pending? Assuming he chose a good project and prepared a solid petition, why care whether the I-526 gets approved early or late?
- New York
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