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Duration of stay in US affects condition removal decision of USCIS?

Old Oct 25th 2005, 9:20 pm
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Can someone let me know if the duration of stay in the states during
the conditional residency period affects whether or not USCIS decides
to give me permanent residency?
For example, I have a business in a foreign country and invest, say, in
a regional center approved by USCIS for EB-5 pilot program. But I spend
more time in my original country than in the US.
Then, can I be denied my permanent residency in that case?
Thanks to whoever answers to my question!
 
Old Oct 26th 2005, 1:02 am
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Originally Posted by Mr. Chapin
Can someone let me know if the duration of stay in the states during
the conditional residency period affects whether or not USCIS decides
to give me permanent residency?
For example, I have a business in a foreign country and invest, say, in
a regional center approved by USCIS for EB-5 pilot program. But I spend
more time in my original country than in the US.
Then, can I be denied my permanent residency in that case?
Thanks to whoever answers to my question!
The only point in the EB-5 pilot program is to get a GC by virtually buying it ..
There is certainly no evidence yet that it will be a good investment if you are one of the very few which the company running such schemes have claimed
to have been successful...
Even on the full one million minimum investment there was only 124 successes in 2004 ..out of a possible 10000 available visas
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Old Oct 26th 2005, 2:03 am
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Default Re: Duration of stay in US affects condition removal decision of USCIS?

Thank you for your advice, but my question was about the duration of
stay... Will it affect my getting conditions removed? Is there a
required minimum number of days or months for me to stay in the states
to receive the permanent residency?
 
Old Oct 26th 2005, 2:27 am
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Default Re: Duration of stay in US affects condition removal decision of USCIS?

Originally Posted by Mr. Chapin
Thank you for your advice, but my question was about the duration of
stay... Will it affect my getting conditions removed? Is there a
required minimum number of days or months for me to stay in the states
to receive the permanent residency?
look up re-entry permit ..

http://uscis.gov/graphics/howdoi/travdoc.htm
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