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E-2 Visa Approval for Australian National for Home Renovation and Property Management Business

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Scott Legal, P.C. just had an E-2 visa approval for a national from Australia that set up a home renovation and property management company.  The applicants applied for the visa in Melbourne.

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  • Cecil says:

    My husband had started to buy properties since 2015 and rent some of them out. Last year, he started a renovation business transferring 4 of our properties to the company. The business was real, he has a full time employee and he’s been working with contractors. He renovate 2 of them and sold them out. He made profit and he paid tax. But, a few days ago his E2 visa application was denied. The officer said that he already had those 4 properties so it’s not an initial investment. She also claimed that documents of the business plan were not submitted to the consulate. But the lawyer said that they received. Do you think that existing properties cannot be used in a new business to apply for E2 visa?

    • IanScott says:

      Thank you for contacting us. We appreciate your business and look forward to helping you. Please find attached a link that you can use to set up a 30 minute ($150) or 1 hour ($250) consultation. The system allows you to select a lawyer and a day and time that is convenient to you. If you end up hiring the firm and your bill is greater than $2,500, we will apply this consultation fee to your final bill. Please reach out if you have any questions.

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  • dave stewart says:

    I see that you had one of your clients approved for an E2 visa for a home renovation business and would like to do the same. I would need to buy tools and equipment and a truck. My estimated cost would be around $50,000 for them. Would that be enough for a strong application and if not what else would you recommend me spending money on?

    • IanScott says:

      Thank you for contacting us. This could work in terms of investment amount with some working capital but the success also depends on the plan and the other requirements. Please feel free to set a consultation to further discuss. Kind regards,

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