Don't panic. If you were granted lawful permanent resident status as a Conditional Resident (2-year term) then you can still successfully petition to remove the conditions of residence and get the full 10-year permanent resident status, after a final divorce is granted, and providing the marriage was entered into not for the purpose of obtaining the immigration benefit. The process is a little more involved and I recommend you consult with an experienced immigration attorney.
Every petitioner must "sponsor" and submit an Affidavit of Support. If the petitioner-sponsor's income or assets are insufficient for Affidavit of Support (AO$) sponsorship, then a joint co-sponsor must also submit an AO$. Since you are also the intending immigrant, it is likely that, provided your employment is authorized, your income can be used.
Students on OPT may start a business and be self-employed. In this situation, the student must work full time. The student must be able to prove that s/he is actively engaged in a business related to the student's degree program. It is a good practice for every OPT circumstance to maintain evidence — for each job — of the position held, proof of the duration of that position, the job title, contact information for your supervisor or manager, and description of the work.
The EB-5 visa is rather complex. I urge you to work with an experienced EB-5 immigration attorney if you proceed with an EB-5 investment visa, especially if you are going through the $1M investment viz. the RC investment. This is not a simple visa application process. I caution you, not only because this is a substantial amount of money you are investing, but also because of the complexities of the visa process. Remember, if you proceed, that the initial grant of permanent residence is...
A green card holder (lawful permanent resident, LPR) can petition for an immigrant visa for: a husband or wife; or an unmarried son/daughter of any age. A U.S. citizen may petition for: a husband/wife; unmarried child under 21 years; unmarried child over 21 years; married child; brother/sister; or parent.
Because the number of immigrant visas are limited in each year, the government uses a Preference System, to allocate these immigrant visas. A US citizen's "immediate relative" (parent,...
I would not wait to receive e a letter from USCIS to petition to remove conditions of residence. If your CR status is expiring you need to be proactive in maintaining immigration status. It might be a good idea to retain an immigration attorney for assistance.