A Olusanjo OmoniyiImmigration Attorney
While the narration of your story appears succinct, there are a number of additional details that you need to provide. I urge you to do that with proper consultations with an EB-5 immigration attorney because you seem to be offering stories on two different visa processing procedures: on one hand, a consular-processing through the U.S. embassy overseas and on the other hand, a situation for adjustment of visa within the United States. The B-1 visa has nothing to do with the problem. Thus, advisably see and discuss all your issues with an immigration attorney who can help you separate realities of this story from various presumptive conclusions. This should help clear things up and enhance your chance of securing an EB-5 visa.