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E-2 Visa Approved for Honduran National for Home Renovation Company at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services

By November 23, 2016December 16th, 2020Approvals
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We just received an approval for an E-2  visa and change of status applications filed at the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) for a Honduran investor, his spouse and two children.

The investor started a full-service home remodeling and renovation company.

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4 Comments

  • Yousuf Adnan says:

    Citizenship: Pakistan
    Message: I am a civil engineer with masters degree from USA. obtained in
    1988. I am working as a civil contractor ( in Pakistan and doing building/ renovating houses) for
    the past 20 years. I would like to start up a small construction company (
    renovation work) in USA ( preferably in California). Kindly guide me the
    minimum investment required to apply for E-2 visa and its procedure.

    Regards

    Adnan

  • Bob says:

    Hello. My intention is to open a small company with remodeling house activity. I see you have a honduras investor approved. What was his investment ? and what it consisted of (van, tools, insurance, a site, etc ..?) because a space not know if it would be necessary to carry out such an activity, possibly a self storage contract to store the tools). Thank you

    • IanScott says:

      Hello..an investor visa may be an option for you. Please contact me if you would like to set up a one hour consultation. Kind regards,

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