I am in the process of applying for an E2 Visa. It's looking like my current office in in LA because I am a student here right now. But my plan is to move the office to NY in 6 months to a year. Are there certain policies associated with this?
This should not be a problem. Just be sure to document the cost of moving the offices as well since that will apply towards your investment amount. It is advisable to consult with an attorney for an E-2 Visa to ensure everything is fully documented and you meet the requirements for substantial investment legal source of funds and that you are not relying on the business for your livelihood. Most of us offer consultations by Skype WhatsApp phone or email.
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