I am thinking of applying for an E2 visa, would $60,000 be substantial enough?
That can be a sufficient investment, however there are other factors and criteria that you must be able to meet in order to get an E-2 visa. E-2 visas are highly complex and I would urge you to consult with, and hire, an immigration attorney. E visas have been increasingly more difficult to obtain due to more restrictive opinions/decisions of the AAO in recent years, so it is best to get a good lawyer on your side before proceeding.
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