We at Pandev Law, LLC recently obtained an E-2 Investor Visa approval for one of our clients, who can now direct and develop the U.S.-based enterprise that they have invested into, and build a successful business that will create new jobs for U.S. citizens. Our entire immigration team is thrilled on their behalf, and wishes them continued prosperity on their business venture.
What is the E-2 visa?
The E-2 visa is a temporary, nonimmigrant investor visa for foreign nationals who are citizens of one of 81 countries that have signed a reciprocal commercial treaty with the United States. It does not “mature” into a green card. In fact, one of the requirements for being granted an E-2 visa is proof of “nonimmigrant intent”. It also requires a substantial, non-marginal investment into an operational U.S. company that is majority owned by nationals of the treaty country. The visa holder must further be actively involved in the development of the enterprise. To learn more about the specifics of the E-2 visa, please visit our detailed article on the matter.
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