Miller Mayer immigration attorney Adam Schaye recently received an approval for an I-485 adjustment of status (“AOS”) application for a client and their 3 dependent family members from India with an approved I-526 EB-5 petition as an immigrant investor. Our client filed their AOS application shortly after passage of the EB-5 Reform and Integrity Act of 2022, which reauthorized the EB-5 program for 5 years. The act also allows for concurrent filing of AOS applications while I-526 petitions are pending with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services for some investors for whom an immigrant visa number is available. The family’s AOS applications were approved in less than 5 months after filing.

If you have a pending or approved I-526 petition and are interested in learning whether filing an adjustment of status application may be an option for you, or if you have any approved immigrant visa petition and are ready to begin the AOS process, Miller Mayer’s extensive experience in immigration law can help you navigate this important process. If you’d like to discuss your immigration goals with a Miller Mayer attorney, please schedule a consultation at