Immigrant investors seeking to enter the United States to participate in new commercial ventures that support the US economy through job creation and capital investment may apply for investor visas under US immigration law.
There are temporary investor visas (E-1 and E-2 visas) and investor visas for immigrants (EB-5). These visas are available for people who want to work in the United States by starting or investing in a company. Xavier A. Mendez Law Firm will help you check what visa is right for you and our associates will guide you throughout the process of applying and obtaining the right visa.
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A foreign national must spend, without borrowing, the following minimum qualifying capital dollar amounts in a qualifying commercial enterprise to qualify as an immigrant investor for petitions filed on or after November 21, 2019.
Within two years, a qualified investment must establish full-time jobs for at least 10 US citizens, lawful permanent residents, or other immigrants allowed to work in the US, except the investor and his or her spouse, sons, or daughters.
Congress created the immigrant investor visa to draw international capital to the United States while also creating employment for American workers. Xavier A. Mendez Law Firm will help you determine what investor visa would best fit you and your business.