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E-2 VISA UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

E-2 VISA UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

The E-2 is a non-immigrant visa is available for only certain nationals and grant rights to live, work and study in the USA. The E-2 typically requires an investment of around USD 250,000 and is renewable indefinitely as long as the applicant maintains the business activities.

  • Duration

    Successful applicants can remain in the USA for up to 5 years

  • Family

    Dependents included: spouse, dependent children below 21 and unmarried

  • Investment

    250 000 USD.

FAQ

WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES OF THE E-2 VISA

  • Fast Processing, generally within 3 months 
  • Dependents included:
    • Spouse
    • Dependent children below 21 and unmarried 
  • Spouse can be employed in the USA 
  • Children can attend Schools, Colleges & Universities in the USA • No minimum education or language requirements 
  • Successful applicants can remain in the USA for up to 5 years  • E2 status is renewable provided that the applicant maintains the  business activities  

WHAT ARE THE INVESTMENT OPTIONS

  • Make a substantial investment (typically USD 250,000 to USD  300,000) in a new business, franchise or acquire an existing business  in the USA 
  • Must create at least 2 jobs for qualified US workers in the USA
  • The business must contribute to the growth of the USA economy
  • Wide range of Franchise/Joint venture business options can qualify 

WHAT ARE THE E-2 VISA REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be a citizen of an E-2 Treaty Country with the USA at the time  of application 
  • Have no criminal record 
  • Complete a medical examination 
  • Must provide proof of the source of funds used for investment • Must pass a due diligence check 
  • Must demonstrate residence in the CBI country 

WHAT IS THE PROCESS

  • Applicants from non-E-2 Treaty Countries can become eligible to  apply by becoming a citizen of countries such as Grenada,  Montenegro, or Turkey 
  • The investor must be in the process of acquiring or creating their  business at the time of application 
  • Can establish a new business, acquire a business, acquire a  franchise, or establish a joint venture business 
  • Application is made to a local US Consulate in the applicant’s  country of residence