If you would like to live and work in the U.S. and have some money to invest, an E-2 visa might be exactly what you are looking for. An E-2 visa requires someone to buy or invest in a company and if the company will ultimately hire full-time workers the applicant could be eligible for the visa.
We have produced a video to describe the various E-2 visa requirements and have also summarized them in this article with some links to additional information.
See a full set of the E-2 Visa requirements by clicking here. Click on the below links to view the articles mentioned in the Video
The Six E-2 Visa Requirements
- You must be from an E-2 Visa Treaty Country
- Which countries are eligible for an E-2 visa? Click here
- You must invest a substantial amount in the U.S.
- What are the important factors related to E-2 investment amount? Click here
- How much do I have to invest for an E-2 visa? Click here
- What are some common E-2 visa expenditures? How Can I increase my E-2 visa investment amount? Click here
- You must Hire U.S. Workers and your company must be viable
- Information on E-2 visa Business Plans: Click here
- Information on E-2 visa letters of Intent: Click here
- Your Business must be Real & Operating
- Your business must be up and running or almost up and running. Click here
- You must show that the money came from a legitimate source
- An explanation of the source of funds requirement: Click here
- An explanation of some different source of funds scenarios: Click here
- You must indicate that you intend to return to your home country when the visa terminates
- Information on ties to home country and implications if you have a pending green card petition: Click here
Some Useful E-2 Visa Links:
- See a full set of the E-2 Visa requirements by clicking here.
- See our very popular E-2 visa questions and answers: Click here
- Find out more about our E-2 Visa Services and Fees: Click Here
- See our Brochure that summarizes our services and fees: Click here
- See other E-2 Visa Videos: Click here
To find out more about the new rules or other investor visas, contact Scott Legal, P.C.
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