Individuals who may qualify for an E-2 visa
One way of entering the United States as a foreign investor is by securing an “E-2 visa” or the endorsement given to investors from any “Treaty Countries” identified by the U.S. Below are some of the requirements needed for investors to possibly secure E-2 visa.
- Potential investors should be a legal citizen of any Treaty Counties acknowledged by the U.S.
- The sole purpose of foreign nationals entering the U.S. is to develop and/or invest in a business
- Potential investors should have substantial funds for doing sincere business in the U.S. or are those who have already made such investments
Potential investors getting E-2 visa should understand that they will need to provide many legal documents for the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to review.
The legal team of AmLaw Group understand that applying for an E-2 visa can be a confusing process mostly if you are unaware of the application process. If you have business intentions in the U.S., we may provide you legal assistance for you to focus on your investments and to avoid errors in your applications. Call us today at (786) 876-9919 to find out how we may work on your behalf.
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