I own B1B2 Visa. And had registered my company in USA. I was in USA for month & now I am back to India. I want to settled down in USA and want to expand my business. Is there any possibilities that I can change my status ?
Although you are not in the USA, you should have someone in the USA meet with an attorney and provide copies of all your documents for review. There are several options available to you, but your situation is very fact specific. You need to retain an immigration attorney to handle all immigration proceedings. This prevents errors that can sometimes prove costly and may even be irreversible. Good luck.
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Not on the facts presented. There is no E visa for India. You could look into EB5 if you have the Million dollars to invest in US economy.
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Simply registering a business in the U.S. doesn't put you in any different category than everyone else. If you want to immigrate and become a permanent resident you still need a family or work sponsor, have extraordinary abilities that make you eligible to self-petition, or have more than $500,000 to invest in a U.S. business that creates jobs. Once you have a green card you can then work on your business.
It's going to be tough, however, they may be some options. Contact an immigration attorney to discuss.
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