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Page Number , Part Number , and Item Number to which your answer refers; and sign and date each sheet. We recommend that you print or save a copy of your completed petition to review in the future and for your records. We recommend that you review your copy of your completed petition before you come to your biometric services appointment at a USCIS ASC. At your appointment, USCIS will permit you to complete the petition process only if you are able to confirm, under penalty of perjury, that all of the information in your petition is complete, true, and correct. If you are not able to make that attestation in good faith at that time, USCIS will require you to return for another appointment. What Evidence Must You Submit? You must submit all evidence requested in these Instructions with your petition. If you fail to submit required evidence, USCIS may reject or deny your petition for failure to submit requested evidence or supporting documents in accordance with 8 CFR 103.2(b)(1) and these Instructions. 1. Evidence of Conditional Permanent Resident Status Submit a copy of the front and back of your Permanent Resident Card (Green Card) and copies of the Permanent Resident Cards for your spouse or former spouse and each child who is applying with you to remove the conditions on their permanent resident status. 2. Evidence Related to the Entrepreneur’s Commercial Enterprise, Investments, and Job Creation Submit and label the following types of evidence with your petition: A. Evidence that the entrepreneur invested or was actively in the process of investing the requisite amount of capital. Such evidence includes, but is not limited to, audited financial statements, bank statements, investment agreements or other probative evidence; B. Evidence that the entrepreneur sustained their investment in the NCE throughout the period of conditional permanent residence. Examples of such evidence includes, but is not limited to, invoices and receipts, bank statements, contracts, business licenses, federal or state income tax returns or quarterly tax statements, audited financial statements or other probative evidence; Form I-829 Instructions 04/21/17 N Page 10 of 14
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