EB-5 FAQ

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Can I apply if I’ve been rejected or terminated in the past by USCIS for a different visa application?

Yes. A prior rejection or termination of a visa or visa application does not necessarily disqualify the EB-5 investor from applying for the EB-5 visa, unless the reason the applicant was rejected or terminated was related to immigration fraud, crimes committed with moral turpitude, or other major problems.

 

Prior to applying for an EB-5 visa, it is crucial that the EB-5 investor disclose all criminal, medical, or U.S. immigration history problems to the immigration lawyer and the regional center. In some cases, even when the EB-5 investor may be inadmissible, the EB-5 investor might be eligible for a waiver.

 

Complete Behring’s investor questionnaire to start your EB-5 process. Contact Behring for a referral to an immigration lawyer.

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