Need Help Filing Form I-526?
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The Immigrant Petition by Alien Entrepreneur (Form I-526) is for foreign national entrepreneurs who want to immigrate to the United States on an EB-5 visa. The USCIS charges a filing fee of $3,675. When submitting this form, you can attach Form G-1145 to the front of the I-526 petition in order to request a text and/or email notification when the USCIS accepts your Form I-526.
Mistakes That Could Get Your I-526 Application Denied
Thousands of applications are denied by the USCIS every single year, and these denials are often due to simple errors that could have been avoided by the applicant, or even due to errors committed by immigration officials.
An attorney can help you avoid common reasons for denial, such as:
- Incomplete forms
- Poor quality photocopies
- Lack of certification of translation of a document in a foreign language
- Inconsistencies across your paperwork that can be perceived as deceit or fraud
- The USCIS lost documents or missed facts clearly stated in your application
Whatever the source of a mistake, an experienced immigration attorney can help you take the right steps to re-submit Form I-526 or to appeal the denial. Better yet, an attorney can help you from the very start of this legal process, helping you to get your Form I-526 accepted the first time around.
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