Despite progress made in 2018, USCIS’ EB-5 unit still faces substantial challenges as it strives to reduce its backlog of EB-5 petitions.
Last year, USCIS was able to reduce the number of pending (and long-delayed) I-526 EB-5 investor petitions by some 10,000. Despite this progress, the delays continue, frustrating investors eager to move to the U.S.
A Forbes article on this subject was quite interesting in highlighting how an investor might be making a better call going with an E-2 vs. EB-5 visa for countries with backlogs like Vietnam.
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