Scott Legal, P.C. just had an E-2 investor visa at the U.S. Consulate in Toronto. The applicant was an investor who purchased a well-known casual dining restaurant franchise in New York. The business has been in operation for a number of years and have over ten employees. The applicant was a Canadian national. Purchasing a franchise can be a great way to qualify for an E-2 visa, as the underlying business is usually E-2 compliant. You can read more about purchasing a franchise as an E-2 investment by clicking here.
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