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E-2 Visa Approved at Consulate in Trinidad for Catering Company with Low Investment Amount ($50,000)

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Scott Legal, P.C. recently submitted an application for a catering company with a small investment amount of $50,000.  The application was approved without any request for additional information.  The consulate granted the Visa for a period of 3 years and the visa can be renewed after that time.

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9 Comments

  • Summer fields says:

    Hi are you in trinidad ? Can you help with a eb5 application

  • Lisa Tower says:

    Hmm…. I was just about to invest 50k in a catering business here in Sarasota. florida. Can you represent me here? I’m a Canadian chef who just finished culinary school and currently under my F-1 visa.

    Thanks,
    Lisa

    • IanScott says:

      We could certainly assist you and we represent E-2 investors all over the U.S.. Also, we have experience with catering companies. Please contact me at 212-223-2964 and we can go over next steps. I am around on Sunday or Monday so please feel free to call.

  • Caitlyn Bell says:

    Great work. I’m planning to start home based catering services. Yours post is very helpful for me. Thanks for this nice sharing.

  • Khalid Munir says:

    A wonderful job! Was the applicant experienced in that task? and did he or she already have necessary licences to operate catering business?

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