Comment: 10 Years Waiting for HUA EB5 GC

Official USCIS data shows that waiting time for HUA EB5 GC is already 6+ years!! See charts below: 

Conclusions: EB5 investors going with a HUA project in March 2024 should be prepared to wait 5 to 10 years for their Green Card. If EB5 investors want a Green Card in less than 2 years, a rural project is the only proper choice.

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