Investor Visa

What is the Investor Visa?

The E-2/E-1 treaty investor visa is a non-immigrant visa which allows foreign entrepreneurs from treaty nations to enter into the United States to develop and direct an enterprise that they have invested in and also allows for executive/supervisory and essential employees of a company to come to the Unites States to fulfill their duties.

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TOP E-2 COUNTRIES 2020

Approved E-2 Visas By Country

ASIA
Japan 8,654
South Korea 1,973
China Taiwan 390
China 42

North America
Canada 2,500
Grenada 42

South America
Mexico 838
Argentina 277

Europe
Germany 1,487
France 1,279
Great Britain & Northern Ireland 1,275
Italy 827
Spain 583
Sweden 236
Turkey 186

Australia 248

Process

The Treaty

The United States has a treaty of commerce with 76 countries which allows a national of a treaty country to invest in a U.S. business

The Requirements

  • Nationals of the treaty country must own at least 50% of the stock of the business.
  • The investment can be as low as $20,000
  • The investment/business should have the ability to ultimately support more than the investor and his/her immediate family.
  • The United States business is real and operating.
  • 50%(+) Owner of the business must possess the nationality of the treaty country.
  • The potential E-2 applicant is responsible for developing and directing the business, serving the business in a supervisory or executive capacity; or working in a position that involves skills essential to the operation of the business.
  • The funds to be invested are in the investor’s possession and control.

To ensure the success of an E2 visa application, you need a solid business plan. ILOHB Business Development Advisors are here to help every step of the way.

E-2 VISA APPROVAL TRENDS

2019 – 2021

US E-2 VISA APPROVALS STATISTICS

2017 – 2021

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