When it comes to the source of the E-2 investment funds, they can indeed come from a gift or inheritance, as long as the funds were lawfully acquired by the E-2 investor. Some types of loans would also qualify as a legitimate source, but not all. The E-2 investor must have majority ownership and control of the entity. A 50/50 ownership situation is possible, but the E-2 investor must prove it controls the entity. Best of luck to you.
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These kinds of technical questions should be handled by an immigration attorney who is working on the E2 visa application for you.
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Hello Sir or Madam. If your E-2 application is based upon you being the principal investor (as opposed you being an employee and someone else being the principal E-2 investor), then you have to make the investment. It is best to hire an experiened immigration attorney to assist you. Regards.
You must be the principal investor.
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