Find answers to common questions about the E-2 Visa and our Invest Program
To get an E-2 Visa, you’ll need to make a substantial investment in an active business in the United States.
Regulations state that the investment must be substantial. With our E-2 Program, the minimum investment is $200,000 USD.
Yes, as long as you can prove the funds of the money.
Please review this link with the list of countries eligible to apply.
Approximately 4 to 5 months.
No, you will have to renew your visa or leave the U.S.A. at the end of your E-2 Investor Visa.
The length of your E-2 Visa depends on your nationality. For most countries the E-2 Visa is valid for four to five years.
If the requirements continue to be met, there is no limit to the number of times an E-2 Investor Visa can be renewed.
To renew an E-2 Visa, it is necessary to show that the business in which it was invested continues to operate and that it is generating sales, profits, and jobs.
Yes, your investment must not be passive or marginal.
We offer investment opportunities in solid and mature industries such as Real Estate and transportation.
Yes, multi-development businesses are usually a great option.
Yes, Business Plan development is included as part of our fee. We help you with requirements such as this.
Buying a house does not grant you an E-2 Visa. The E-2 Visa requires non-marginal business investment.
You can bring your immediate family to live in the U.S. Your legal spouse will be able to work, and unmarried children under 21 years of age will also be able to live and study.
Visa Solutions will coordinate the process with some of the best immigration law firms in the nation. All corresponding legal fees are priced within our program (exclusive of government fees).
Not necessarily, as the E-2 Visa gives the investor the privilege but not the obligation to live in the United States. You will be able to come and go as you please.
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