Investor Visas: US Immigration News

The latest US immigration news and updates about US investor visas for entrepreneurs, small business owners, and franchise owners. Individuals who wish to work in the US by starting or investing in a US business may be eligible for an E-1 or E-2 investor visa, or an L-1 business expansion visa. For more information on US Investor Visas, visit our section on US Investor and Business Visas.

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What to Expect at an E-2 Visa Interview

April 17, 2015 / /

Hello. My name is Danielle Grbic from visaplace.com. I’m here today to discuss with you what to expect during your E-2 visa interview that is scheduled at a US consulate across Canada. Many of our clients ask us what to expect, how to prepare and what would be the possible outcomes of an E-2 visa interview? […]

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What are the EB-5 Visa Requirements?

January 2, 2013 / /

Q. What are the requirements for applying for an EB-5 Visa? Answer by Fadi Minawi, Lead US Immigration Attorney at Niren and Associates.  The requirements for the EB-5 visa permanent residence applications are as follows An EB-5 is a Greencard path for individual investor into a US business an amount of $500,000 to $1,000,000 or […]

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E-2 Investor Visas Are Becoming Harder for Canadians to Obtain These Days

February 9, 2010 / /

E-2 Visas Can be Tricky in a Poor Economy We have written about E-2 Investor Visas in the past: those US Work Permits for investors starting or buying a business in the US. Such business are often launched by entrepreneurs taking on great personal risk in the hopes of creating employment for themselves and other […]

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US Business and Investment Visa for Canadians

December 12, 2009 / /

Questions about US Business and Investment Visas for Canadians Q. I am a Canadian Citizen. I wish to move to the US and invest in a business there. I heard that I can get a US business Visa if I buy a business. Is this true? ________________ Our immigration law firm answers a question about […]

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