Form I-829, Petition to Remove Conditions
Supporting Documentation (Evidence)
Evidence that you established a new commercial enterprise. This evidence may include, but is not limited to, copies of the business’s organizational documents, and Federal tax returns.
Evidence that you have invested the total amount of required funds.
Evidence that you have sustained your investment in the new commercial enterprise throughout your two-year period of conditional permanent residence. This evidence may include, but is not limited to, the following:
- Business invoices and receipts
- Bank statements
- Business licensees
- Audited or reviewed financial statements
- Complete copies of Federal or State income tax returns or quarterly tax statements.
Evidence of the number of full-time employees at the beginning of your business and at present. Such evidence may include but is not limited to:
- Business payroll records
- Relevant tax documents
- Employee tax form I-9’s.
Your spouse and unmarried children under the age of 21 may be admitted to the U.S. with you on a two-year conditional period. If your I-829 petition to remove conditions is approved, then the conditions will be removed from your spouse and children’s Green Card status as well. As a lawful permanent resident (Green Card holder) your spouse and children will be authorized to work and attend school in the U.S.
When applying for an EB-5 Visa, there are several forms and applications that need to be filed with the USCIS in order to achieve permanent residency status. This page will help you to better understand the EB-5 process and the various milestones along the way to achieving permanent US residency.