How will a delay due to an EB-5 immigrant’s communist status affect I-526 and then I-829 approval?
My parents invested through the EB-5 program and were interviewed for their conditional green card in late January 2014. They are communist bankers who do not hold any political position, but USCIS still needed to perform an additional background check. Will their current communist status complicate their I-526 approval? In addition, about 95% of the other investors in the same project have already received their conditional green card. Because we are still waiting for I-526 approval, and are now last in the queue, will our chances of receiving I-829 approval be reduced?
The first time there will be question on your background,such as communist ties, will come out in your written application I-485 and at the time of the interview with the USCIS or at a consulate interview, whichever is applicable.