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Investor Visas

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Investor Visa

The E-2 Investor Visa is for foreign entrepreneurs who have invested in a business they started or purchased. This can be an excellent alternative for anyone who wishes to establish a business in any industry, from food trucks to yoga consulting firms to professional service practices. This is also a great option for individuals who want to purchase a franchise in the United States. You must invest personal funds that cover a significant portion of the start-up or purchase price of the business, and you have to show you can oversee and develop the business so that it can hire U.S.employees. 

The length of time for which a visa can be approved depends on your nationality. Although the investor visa is a temporary visa, it can be renewed indefinitely so long as the company continues to do business and the foreign national retains majority ownership and control. The investor visa is a great way for a national of a country with which the United States maintains a treaty of commerce and navigation to move to the country in order to develop and oversee the operations of a business in which the national has invested, work in an executive or supervisory capacity in a company owned by a treaty national, or work as an essential worker in an organization owned by a treaty national. Gehi & Associates understands the importance of successfully obtaining an E-2 visa and will help you navigate the E-2 visa process.

Although the E-2 investor visa application process is straightforward, all E-2 visas need a well-planned strategy, close attention to detail, and effective communication. With these components in place, the process is frequently simpler and less stressful than many of our clients anticipate.

FAQs

Ability to live and work in the host country, access to the local business market, potential for permanent residency or citizenship, and opportunities for business expansion and growth.
Many countries have investor visa programs, including the United States, Canada, Australia, the United Kingdom, and several European countries.
A targeted employment area (TEA) is a rural area or an area with high unemployment designated by the US government. Investments made in TEAs qualify for a lower minimum investment requirement.
Some benefits of a US investor visa include the ability to live and work permanently in the United States, access to educational and healthcare facilities, and potential eligibility for citizenship.

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