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For the past few months I worked with Ian Scott and his team at Scott Legal P.C. to start my consulting company and get an E2 Investor visa. Ian and his team have done a superb job with my challenging case and had my visa approved at the US Consulate General in Toronto. Ian was always responsive, helpful, and clear in his legal advice. Most importantly, Ian not only has a deep understanding of business immigration law, but he also knows understand the challenges of E2 visa entrepreneurship and tailored his approach accordingly. Throughout the emotional roller-coaster of starting a business on an E2 visa, I always felt like I was in safe hands and being given the best advice. Additionally, the team at Scott Legal prepared me very well for the visa interview, conducting multiple prep sessions and mock interviews. As such, on interview day I was ready for the toughest potential questions i could have gotten from the interviewing officer. As such, I have used Ian’s legal services to draft additional legal documents for my firm — Operating Agreement, Employment Agreements, and Non-Disclosure Agreements. I strongly recommend Ian and his team to anyone considering starting a business on an E2 visa. Paul – Romania (Processed at U.S. Consulate in Toronto).
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