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When will I be able to move to the United States?

An EB-5 investor is eligible to enter the United States to begin a period of conditional permanent residency once their I-526E is approved, a visa becomes available (if the investor is from a country affected by visa retrogression) and they go through a consular interview process or adjustment of status if already located in the U.S. on another type of non-immigrant visa.

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