E-1 and E-2 Visas
If you are looking to invest in the United States, the E-1 and E-2 visas could be an excellent option for you! These visas are designed for foreign investors who wish to live and work in the United States. Below, we will explain more about each of them.
The E-1 visa, also known as a trade visa, is available to those who are citizens of a country with which the United States has a trade treaty and who wish to invest in a U.S. enterprise. To qualify for this visa, the investor must demonstrate that the majority of the goods traded in the enterprise are between the United States and the investor's home country. This visa is especially suitable for those who wish to invest in international trade and have an enterprise with a strong customer base in their home country.
The E-2 visa, also known as an investor visa, is available to those who wish to invest in a U.S. business and intend to manage it. The amount of investment required to qualify for this visa varies depending on the type of enterprise and the number of employees it has. In addition, the investor must be a citizen of a country with which the United States has an investment treaty. This visa is ideal for those who wish to invest in a business and wish to be more involved in its management and operations.
Both visas are an excellent way to invest in the United States and enjoy the benefits of living and working in the country. If you are interested in obtaining an E-1 or E-2 visa, contact us by completing the form below and we will guide you through the application process.
Fill out this form and we will determine which Visa is best for you.
What you will receive if you make a business consultation with us:
|1) Determine whether to start a new company or buy a business/franchise.
|2) Detailed profiles of franchisees eligible for E1 and E2 visas
|3) Case studies of E1 and E2 visa investors who are operating successfully.
|4) Sample of businesses with E1 and E2 visas for sale.
|5) Consultation with a qualified commercial broker in the desired city and state.
|6) Consultation with an accountant to establish your business entity and your accounting and tax needs.
|7) Consultation with the E1 and E2 visa business plan advisor.