Written by attorney Romy B Jurado

E-2 visa requirements for treaty investors

If you are not a national of a treaty country, you will not be able to apply for the visa. Apart from this, there are several other requirements that you need to comply with. They include the following:

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Entrepreneurs that wish to invest in a US based business don’t need to pull out all the stops on an EB-5 visa application. The E-2 investor visa offers a much cheaper, quicker option. The requirements can be a bit stringent though. Here’s a detailed guide on everything you need to ace the E-2 visa requirement for investors. The E-2 visa is primarily open to entrepreneurs that want to enter the US to open and operate a business. It does not lead to permanent residency although it offers you the option of almost unlimited extensions. The E-2 visa requirements for investors may seem daunting. But the presence of a qualified immigration attorney can make it easy as pie. You can get in touch with a qualified immigration attorney at Jurado and Farshchian P.L. You can get in touch by calling (305) 921-0440 or send an email to [email protected] or visit

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