Can Your Business Investment Bring You to the United States?

2021-12-29T08:50:23-05:00

Business owners and investors are using Treaty Investor visa, also known as the  E-2 visa, to set up shop in the US.

The E-2 visa allows passport holders from any of the 80 E-2 countries that have treaties with the US to set up businesses in the US. […]

Can Your Business Investment Bring You to the United States?2021-12-29T08:50:23-05:00

Hiring Foreign Workers Means Proving Your Ability To Pay Them The Prevailing Wage

2021-12-29T08:47:23-05:00

E-2 Visa Attorney – H-1B Visa Attorney.

Employers sponsoring foreign workers for green card employment must show that they have the ability to pay the new worker’s wages. When hiring through the EB-2 or EB-3 visa categories, employers must present all proposed job duties and minimum requirements for the position, and the Department […]

Hiring Foreign Workers Means Proving Your Ability To Pay Them The Prevailing Wage2021-12-29T08:47:23-05:00

Coming to America on the “Franchise” Visa

2024-05-03T10:40:02-04:00

{5:06 minutes to read} Today we’re going to talk about the E-2 visa and how it applies to franchises. As we’ve talked about in previous articles, the E2 visa allows foreign investors to set up a U.S. company, invest in that company, and obtain a visa to run the company for up to 5 […]

Coming to America on the “Franchise” Visa2024-05-03T10:40:02-04:00

Real Estate Investment As A Means to a Visa

2021-12-29T08:50:24-05:00

*Steve Maggi co-authored this article with Lorna McManus.

{4:54 minutes to read} The E-2 visa is known as the Treaty Investor visa. We’ve talked about this visa in past blogs, but to refresh, essentially anyone who comes from one of the 80 countries that have a treaty with the U.S., can set up any legal model of […]

Real Estate Investment As A Means to a Visa2021-12-29T08:50:24-05:00

Establishment of U.S. Hospitality Businesses is a Win-Win for Foreign National Investors and the U.S. Economy and Culture

2015-03-24T22:07:49-04:00

{5:36 minutes to read} The most international city in the U.S., New York City, is full of ethnic businesses, especially in the restaurant industry, where every nationality’s cuisines have representative places to eat. Fueling the growth of foreign fare restaurants is the E-2 investor visa.

Immigrants with a reasonable amount of capital and a solid […]

Establishment of U.S. Hospitality Businesses is a Win-Win for Foreign National Investors and the U.S. Economy and Culture2015-03-24T22:07:49-04:00

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