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Buy an Existing Business or Start a New Business With an E-2 Visa

To buy or to start a business – that is the question. The E-2 treaty investor visa allows citizens of certain treaty countries to obtain a visa if they buy or start an active commercial business. One question that many prospective applicants face is whether they should buy an existing business or to start a […]

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E-2 Treaty Investor Visa

The E-2 visa allows foreign nationals of a country that has a treaty with the United States, to make an investment in a business enterprise. Generally, the investment must be ‘substantial,’ ‘at risk,’ and the investor must oversee and direct the day-to-day operations. The visa is valid for three years, and is renewal indefinitely so […]

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Questions you should ask when investing in an EB-5 Regional Center Project

test excerpt goes here. The United States EB-5 investor green card allows a foreign investor to place $500,000.00 in a Regional Center, which is an approved investment enterprise that has met the criteria set out by the USCIS to accept foreign investments in […]

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EB-5 Green Card versus E-2 Visa

Many people have been asking me whether they should apply for an E-2 treaty trader visa or an EB-5 green card. I have previously discussed each one of them in my previous posts below. There are several advantages and disadvantages to each one, which I will outline in this post. Which one is right for […]

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