As a major generalization, as of August 31, 2017 it takes approximately 22 months to get a conditional green card in your hands. The process generally includes the following:

  1. File an I-526 petition and get approved (15-18 months)
  2. File an I-485 adjustment of status and interview at the consulate (4-6 months).

Once the investor has the conditional green card, it takes approximately 30 months for I-829 petition approval, after which the investor will remove the conditions from their green card and become a permanent resident.

ALL PROJECTS HAVE THE SAME PROCESSING TIMES. NO PROJECTS HAVE SHORTCUTS. DO NOT BELIEVE ANY FALSE MARKETING. Processing times can be found on the USCIS website. As of today, the link is located here: https://egov.uscis.gov/cris/processTimesDisplayInit.do

Click on IPO Processing times to find out about EB-5.

For more or recently updated information contact Behring

at http://behringcompanies.com/contact-us or info@behringcompanies.com  

How long does it take to get a greencard with EB-5?

As a major generalization, as of August 31, 2017 it takes approximately 22 months to get a conditional green card in your hands. The process generally includes the following:

  1. File an I-526 petition and get approved (15-18 months)
  2. File an I-485 adjustment of status and interview at the consulate (4-6 months).

Once the investor has the conditional green card, it takes approximately 30 months for I-829 petition approval, after which the investor will remove the conditions from their green card and become a permanent resident.

ALL PROJECTS HAVE THE SAME PROCESSING TIMES. NO PROJECTS HAVE SHORTCUTS. DO NOT BELIEVE ANY FALSE MARKETING. Processing times can be found on the USCIS website. As of today, the link is located here: https://egov.uscis.gov/cris/processTimesDisplayInit.do

Click on IPO Processing times to find out about EB-5.

For more or recently updated information contact Behring

at http://behringcompanies.com/contact-us or info@behringcompanies.com