You have an interesting set of facts and you definitely need an experienced EB-5 attorney to help and assist you with your situation. I would strongly advise you to contact our Law Firm and personally speak to me as I was educated in Australia as an Attorney. I have legal contacts there to help with the review and analysis of your Australian conviction and we will then determine whether it would affect your application for EB-5 conditional residency. We should be able to accomplish this analysis in a very short period of time, and on this basis you will be able to make a determination as to whether you wish to move forward with your personal investment in a viable EB-5 PROJECT.
Maybe. We would need to review your criminal record documents to determine if you are admissible to the United States.