The best advise is to seek the guidance of an experienced EB-5 attorney, such as our law firm.
Not only do you need guidance filling out the correct forms, supplying the correct documentation,but you also need to prepare for the anticipated questions at the U.S.consulate interview for the conditional permanent residency interview.The U.S.consulate will ask questions about the EB-5 project and your intention to live permanently in the U.S.
First, please note that through the EB-5 program, you would obtain permanent residency (first conditional, then full permanent residency). That is, it is not a temporary visa.
For any visa interview, retaining experienced U.S. Immigration counsel, like the attorneys at our law firm, would be very beneficial for the interview process, in which we would prepare you for the entire process and types of questions. We would also prepare and organize any documentation needed.