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What is the difference between a “conditional” and a “permanent” Green Card?

The two Green Cards offer the same rights and privileges. Under USCIS regulations, an investor who is approved for an EB-5 visa receives a conditional Green Card that is valid for two years. One year and nine months after the conditional Green Card is issued, a three-month window opens up during which an investor’s immigration attorney files another application with the USCIS to verify that all funds have been invested and that job creation requirements have been met. When the conditions are removed from the temporary/conditional Green Card, full resident status is granted and a permanent Green Card is issued to the investor. As said, both cards provide identical rights and privileges.