I understand that if my I-526 gets denied by USCIS, I will get the investment back. However, will I get the administration fee back if the project fails?
That depends on the project and on the subscription agreement but generally, if the petition is rejected, most regional centers do not refund the administrative fee.
You need to consult the particular regional center you are interested in and get an attorney to read the fine print with you.
That would depend on the terms of the agreement between you and the regional center.
Generally, you will not get it back as they would have been spent on various matters. However, check your subscription agreement on how the administrative fee is supposed to be handled if the I-526 is denied.
It depends on the policies of the project. Admin fees are kind of outside the jurisdiction of USCIS because they are separate from the required investment. Some may return admin fees. Many do not. Check your PPM and subscription/partnership agreements.
This is a question for the regional center that sponsored the project.
You should check the subscription agreement.
You, certainly are entitled to the return of the administration fee. The only question, of course, is if the regional center has the remaining funds to return this fee. If this fee went to a third party that also could also create difficulty. I would recommend you consult with your investment immigration attorney on this issue.
What does the contract say about admin fees? That is where your answer will be.
It depends on the financial stability of the project. If it fails, probably not, unless the funds are still in escrow at a bank.
No. They are usually nonrefundable, but your project documents will specify.
That is between you and the regional center project.
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