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What are the first things you have to do when you receive I-829 denial?


For this section, the "you" refers to the investor/I-829 petitioner who understandably will panic or worry once he or she receives I-829 denial from CSC that reads "your permanent residence status is hereby terminated as of the date of this notice . . ."

The following are steps you should take after you obtain the I-829 denial notice.

1. Carefully read the I-829 denial notice to understand exactly what USCIS believes are the reason(s) for denying your I-829 conditions removal case.

2. Quickly consult with an experienced EB-5 practitioner to do a thorough evaluation of relevant facts, reasons and options you have at this point.

3. Check whether the reason(s) given by USCIS are justified or not, and whether the items needed can be supplied to overcome the denial.

4. Decide whether Motion to Reopen/Reconsider should be filed.

5. Find out the worst scenario and best scenario, and what choices you are prepared to make.

Make sure you retain an experienced EB-5 practitioner to do a thorough evaluation of relevant facts, reasons and options you have at this point. A good immigration attorney will tell you honestly whether it is not worth fighting your case and look for an alternative option of staying in the United States.