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What is an I-829 petition?

An I-829 petition is a final petition filed by the EB-5 investor with the USCIS. This petition requests the USCIS to remove the conditions on the investor’s permanent residency visa (green card). In this petition, the investor provides the USCIS with proof that the at-risk capital investment was made and sustained through the two-year period of conditional permanent residency, and that the required 10 jobs had been created from the investment.

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