Scott Legal, P.C. obtains E-2 Visa for Tech company Investor & Employee!

We just had a consulate approval for an E-2 Visa for a tech investor and his CFO. This start-up was immediately approved and two of the three key executives were granted E-2 Visas. The CFO’s spouse was also granted an E-2 Visa.  Reach out to Scott Legal, P.C. or all

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Visa Lottery Deadline only A Few Days Away – November 2.

The visa lottery deadline is only a few days away! Do not be late and do not wait until the last day as the system is often backlogged and you may miss your chance.  Here is the link to apply which includes the instructions. https://www.dvlottery.state.gov/  

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When Applying for an E-2 Visa, Should You Apply For A Change of Status Or For the Visa at a U.S. Consulate?

An E-2 visa is a visa that is available for entrepreneurs, investors and business owners who wish to live in the U.S. to develop and direct the operations of a business.  The visa is perfect for those who want to start a business and one can obtain the visa with

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How Do You Prove Where the Money Comes From? The Source of Funds Requirement Explained for E-2 & EB-5 Visas

Entrepreneurs and Business Owners who wish to start a new business have two options. First, an E-2 visa is a non-immigrant (not a green card) visa that is available for entrepreneurs, investors and business owners who wish to live in the U.S. to develop and direct the operations of a

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Thinking of Investing in an EB-5 Regional Center? Some Things to Consider Top 10 Due Diligence Questions

The EB-5 Immigrant (Green Card) Investor Visa requires that you invest either $1,000,000 in a city settings, or $500,000 in rural settings, and in return, the U.S. Government will give you, your spouse and your children a Green Card. The full set of EB-5 requirements can be viewed by clicking

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Want to Start a Business in the U.S. and Obtain an E-2 Visa? What Does the Marginality Requirement Mean for an E-2 Visa

An E-2 Visa is a Visa that is available for entrepreneurs, investors and business owners who wish to live in the U.S. to develop and direct the operations of a business.  The business can be large or small and in order to qualify for the Visa, applicants must meet specific

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Study Group in Law School – Friend or Foe?

As Published in Bloomberg Law.  This advice is one of the many great tips that you can find in Ian E. Scott’s new book, Law School Lowdown: Secrets of Success from the Application Process to Landing Your First Job. (Barron’s Publishing).  Find out more about the book by clicking here. One factor

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