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What could be a good backup plan in case my EB-5 I-829 is denied?

My EB-5 I-829 might be denied because of a job creating issue. While waiting for the I-829 processing, could I apply for a job at a company that sponsors the employee to get the green card (EB-3)? What is a good time to abandon my 2-year green card in order to avoid being out of status in the U.S.? What plan Bs do you usually recommend?

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Bernard P Wolfsdorf

Bernard P Wolfsdorf

Immigration Attorneys
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Even if your I-829 is denied you can continue to stay in the US and request reconsideration from an Immigration Judge. If you are not from a backlogged country then absolutely file for an EB-3 or EB-2 if you have an employer willing to sponsor you based on good faith offer of permanent reemployment.

Julia Roussinova

Julia Roussinova

Immigration Attorneys
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Your questions require a comprehensive consultation with an experienced immigration attorney.

Daniel A Zeft

Daniel A Zeft

Immigration Attorneys
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You need a consultation appointment with an experienced immigration attorney.

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