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EB-5 Visa Consular Processing

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Once you have been officially notified that the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) have approved your EB-5 visa I-526 petition, the next stage of the process (if you are not ...

Once you have been officially notified that the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) have approved your EB-5 visa I-526 petition, the next stage of the process (if you are not living in the USA on a relevant non-immigrant visa) will be consular processing.

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    • EB-5 Visa Quick Tips EB-5 Visa Consular Processing
    • Once you have been officially notified that the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) have approved your EB-5 visa I-526 petition, the next stage of the process (if you are not living in the USA on a relevant non-immigrant visa) will be consular processing. EB-5 Visa Consular Processing
    • EB-5 Visa Consular Processing Your approval at the I-526 stage means that you have qualified as an alien entrepreneur; consular processing is a separate stage providing for your actual admission into the USA.
    • EB-5 Visa Consular Processing The consular process begins when USCIS send your approved I- 526 petition to the National Visa Center (NVC). The NVC issues instructions and appointment packages and requests the necessary documents and information. In time you will be instructed to get fingerprints and medical examinations and to report for a consular interview.
    • EB-5 Visa Consular Processing Embassies / Consular posts are administered by the U.S. Department of State (DOS). This is a different department from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and its sub-agency, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Consular processing therefore puts both you as the visa applicant and the I-526 petition under the scrutiny of a second and separate government agency
    • EB-5 Visa Consular Processing Immigrant visas usually are issued shortly after the interview unless the consul discovers problems in the visa application, the underlying I-526 petition or during the course of the interview process. You should allow about three to twelve months after the I-526 is approved to complete consular processing, processing times vary considerably between embassies /consulates in different countries.
    • EB-5 Visa Consular Processing If you are approved at the consular stage the embassy / consulate will issue visas, a travel document, usually affixed to your passport that authorizes you to seek admission to the United States at a port of entry. Use of these visas to enter the U.S. allows you Conditional Lawful Permanent Residence status for two years. For more information contact Which EB5