Florida & New York E2 Treaty Investor Visa Lawyer
Dedicated Legal Guidance for Foreign Investors
Many foreign investors are interested in establishing a business in the United States. However, the United States imposes strict regulations on foreign investors who wish to start businesses in the country. The E2 Treaty Investor Visa is designed to allow foreign investors who have substantial capital to establish businesses in the United States.
The E2 Treaty Investor Visa is also known as the Treaty Investor Visa or the E Visa. When you qualify for an E2 Visa, you will be able to live and work in the United States for up to 5 years. You and your family members will also be able to remain in the country for the duration of the E2 Visa.
At The Sekou Clarke Law Group, our team of Florida & New York E2 Treaty Investor Visa lawyers has more than 30 years of combined legal experience. Our firm has a strong record of helping investors establish businesses in the United States, and we can help you do the same. We will work directly with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) on your behalf. We can also provide you with the legal guidance you need to start your business in the country.
Call (407) 269-8774 or contact us online to schedule a consultation with our Florida & New York E2 treaty investor visa attorneys.
E2 Visa Qualifications
You will need to meet a number of requirements in order to qualify for an E2 Visa. The most important requirement is that you must have substantial capital. Your capital can be in the form of cash, equipment, or real estate.
You must also prove that you have the intent to establish or purchase an existing business in the United States. You must also prove that you have the intent to depart the United States when your E2 Visa expires.
In addition to these requirements, you must also prove that you have a residence in a country that has signed a treaty of commerce with the United States. The country that you have citizenship in must have a treaty of commerce with the United States.
The treaty must allow citizens of the country to establish businesses in the United States. The country that you have citizenship in must also allow United States citizens to establish businesses in their country.
You must also prove that you have the necessary capital to establish a business in the United States.
If you meet these requirements, you can qualify for an E2 Visa. However, you must also prove that you have the necessary qualifications to do business in the country where you have citizenship. You must also demonstrate that you have the necessary qualifications to do business in the United States.
When Does an E2 Visa Expire?
The E2 Visa is a non-immigrant visa. This means that you will not be able to become a permanent resident. You will only be allowed to stay in the country for up to 5 years.
You can renew your E2 Visa for an additional 5 years. However, you will need to prove that you continue to meet the requirements of the E2 Visa.
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