Legal Advice for Investor Visa — 24 results
Written by attorney Yuri Tsyganov, over 3 years ago.
EB-5 (Green Card for $500,000)
Many countries around the world have immigrant investor programs. The most successful countries attracting immigrant investment... more
Written by attorney Maria Lackey, over 3 years ago.
B1/B2/BCC Visas Laser Visas or B1/B2/BCC Visas are intended for temporary Business or Pleasure travelers. Most Mexican Nationals are eligible for the visas; however, applicants must have... more
Written by attorney Eric A Fisher, about 4 years ago.
Why this option may be right for you. The investment may be contingent on obtaining the E2 visa.
The E2 visa is based upon treaty, so be sure you are from a qualifying country.
It is not... more
Written by attorney Kripa Upadhyay, about 3 years ago.
This guide will answer questions you may have about what an E visa is, who is eligible for an E-visa and the process you have to follow to acquire one.
Written by attorney David Murray, almost 4 years ago.
Under section 203(b)(5)
of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), 8 U.S.C. 1153(b)(5), 10,000
immigrant visas per year are available to qualified individuals seeking
Written by attorney Evelyn Ginossi, about 1 year ago.
Many entrepreneurs and investors look to invest in the US market for any number of reasons. Some become discouraged about moving to the US as a pipe dream; seeing it as a possibility... more
Written by attorney David Murray, over 4 years ago.
The EB-5 Investor Visa Gets You a Green Card The EB-5 visa program actually makes sense. And it is effective!
The EB-5 program creates wealth and opportunity for both foreign investors... more
Written by attorney Austin Kennedy, almost 2 years ago.
The E-1 and E-2 classifications present great opportunities for certain people to come to the United States under fairly flexible and rewarding circumstances. What makes the E category so... more
Written by attorney William D. Fong, almost 3 years ago.
Treaty Investment Visa
The E-2 nonimmigrant visa authorizes a citizen of a treaty country to oversee their investment in the U.S.or work with aU.S. business which is at least 50% owned by... more
Written by attorney Brian Lerner, about 4 years ago.
alien investor cannot receive guaranteed payments from a new commercial
enterprise while he or she owes money to the enterprise. An agreement under which a new commercial enterprise... more