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I-829 approved for Rhoads Industries project!

On February 5, 2009, USCIS approved I-829s for Investor and his family members who participated in Rhoads Industries project of Philadelphia PIDC Regional Center Program's 11th project. Rhoads Industries is not a large national company, but it managed to create many new blue collar jobs with the investment loans made by PIDC Regional Center LP 11.

Another I-829 conditions removal for Temple University Health System, Inc. EB-5 Project

On February 4, 2009, USCIS approved another I-829 condition removal/permanent green card case for Philadelphia PIDC Regional Center's LP 9 project, Temple University Health System, after carefully reviewing the job-creation evidences submitted.

LP 9 project investor and family members get I-829 approvals!

On January 13, 2009, an investor and his family members of LP 9 project of Philadelphia PIDC Regional Center Program were approved for I-829 conditions removals. LP 9 was the Temple University Health System building construction project, which was successfully completed and created more than the minimum number of new positions required.

Potential EB-5 Investor?

If you are a potential EB-5 investor and wish to process either a regional center-based or direct investment EB-5 case, you have come to the right place. We recommend you review carefully the "Know's & Do's" for potential EB-5 investors located at: www.eb-5center.com/taxonomy/term/16 before contacting our immigration law office via an email at: www.eb-5center.com/contact

Note that we are a small law office, so we are unable to retain many EB-5 cases per year. However, we are able to provide very responsive services because we limit the number of cases we retain.

In our experience, potential EB-5 investors are concerned mostly with the following questions, but if they have to sacrifice one, they will sacrifice the number 3.

1. Will I get conditional and permanent green cards?