USCIS Adjudication Trends

The Pivotal Role of USCIS in EB-5

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) administers the EB-5 Program, adjudicating all petitions and applications related to EB-5 investors and Regional Centers. USCIS plays an essential role in ensuring a thorough and lawful process for qualified investors and stakeholders to participate in the EB-5 Program.

IIUSA offers a variety of resources and insights to inform the EB-5 industry of the latest USCIS adjudication trends, including processing times, approval rates, backlogs, and more.

Latest News on USCIS Adjudications

IIUSA Data Report: Form I-526 Q4 2018 Statistics and Analysis

Earlier this month, USCIS published data on Q4 2018 (September-December) I-526 adjudication trends and IIUSA is pleased to publish our most recent analysis. The in-depth analysis focuses on the ...

IIUSA Data Report: USCIS Q3 Processing Statistics for I-924 Applications

IIUSA’s latest report highlights key processing statitics from the last fiscal quarter as well as year-over-year changes for Form I-924/I-924A (Application for Regional Center Designation Under ...

IIUSA Data Report: USCIS Q3 Processing Statistics for I-829 Petitions

IIUSA's latest report highlights key processing statitics from the last fiscal quarter as well as year-over-year changes for Form I-829 (Petition by Entrepreneur to Remove Conditions on Permanent

IIUSA Data Report: USCIS Q3 Processing Statistics for I-526 Petitions

IIUSA is pleased to publish our most recent report on I-526 adjudication trends for Q3 FY 2018 (April-June). The report highlights key processing statitics from the last fiscal quarter as well as

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