Julia RoussinovaImmigration Attorney
There is no requirement for an EB-5 investor to know English. However, an interpreter/translator is necessary to communicate with an EB-5 client who is not fluent in English during the process of investing as well as preparation of I-526 petition. If the firm does not have its own specialist with the language capabilities, it is generally recommended that a client hires a qualified interpreter/translator to assist him to communicate with an investment project, his or her attorney, other professionals etc. All foreign documents submitted to USCIS are required to be translated into English.