Are you a foreign entrepreneur who plays an active role in a start-up in the U.S.? If so, you may now qualify for permission to stay and work in the United States under the newly revived International Entrepreneur Rule (IER).
pplying for an E-2 visa to the United States can be a great option. E-2 visas allow immigrants from treaty countries to apply for a visa after investing substantial capital in a U.S. business. However, if you are applying for an E-2 immigration visa, it is essential that you qualify for a visa.
Beginning the business immigration journey can be daunting – there are many questions that entrepreneurs have when moving to a new country, including which type of U.S. Visa is right for them. If you are one of these entrepreneurs, this post is for you.
Understanding the differences between E2 and L-1 visas will help you decide which visa is your best option. The key difference between the two visas is that the E-2 visa is intended for use by foreign investors, not employees seeking to immigrate.
As an experienced family-based immigration lawyer in Tampa, we can guide you through the complex rules and regulations that are part of the U.S. immigration petition process.
New USCIS requirements for CW-1 employers have been released in an effort to protect American workers from displacement in CNMI.
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The previous limit was $500,000. The new limit will be $900,000 in order to secure an EB-5 investor visa.
The process for becoming a citizen of the United States can take years to complete. The first step is determining whether you qualify.