Are you in pursuit of your American dream, seeking an E-2 Visa as a Canadian? Look no further. Richards and Jurusik is the firm that helped one satisfied client achieve this very goal. In this blog post, we delve into the heartwarming success story of our client who experienced top-notch immigration services from Richards and Jurusik.
While considering the E-2 visa, a common query is whether hiring full-time employees is a mandate. We aim to delve deep into the E-2 visa employee requirements and how different hiring decisions can impact your visa application.
Navigating the complexity of E-2 Visa qualifications can be challenging, especially for executive and supervisory roles. Our guide delves into the crucial factors considered during the evaluation process to help you assess your potential eligibility.
Navigating the E-2 visa process? Understand the factors that determine whether an employee qualifies as “essential” according to 9 FAM 402.9-7(C). Learn the specifics of specialized skills, previous employment conditions, and the duration of essentiality that play pivotal roles in acquiring the E-2 visa.
Not all E-2 visa investments are done with multi-million dollar purchases. In fact, most E-2 visa investments we see are made up of several small investment amounts. If you are applying for an E-2 investor visa, it is important to understand what expenses can be used towards the investment amount. We discuss what expenses can be used in an E-2 investor visa application here.
A look into the E-2 visa’s employee hiring requirements. Understand whether you need to hire from day one, the number of employees required, and the role of independent contractors in the process.
If you’re applying for an L-1 Visa for a new office or an E-2 Visa for a new business, you must provide a specialized immigration business plan. This post outlines the elements your immigration business plan should contain, including business overview, investment proof, licensing requirements, hiring plans, premise procurement, market analysis, and your ability to develop the enterprise.
Qualifying foreign nationals can obtain E-1 visa status as treaty traders and E-2 visa status as treaty investors. We recently received the approval for an E-1 Treaty Trader and two E-2 Treaty Investors on the same day at the US Consulate in Toronto, Ontario. We discuss the approvals here.
The E-2 Visa is not just for large multi-million dollar investments. The E-2 visa is often used by entrepreneurs starting a new business or investing in an existing business. One of the many requirements for an E-2 visa is an office to support business operations. We discuss the E-2 visa office requirement here.
The requirements to obtain an E-2 Investor visa go beyond a substantial financial investment. One of the main considerations when determining qualifications for the E-2 visa is whether the enterprise is more than marginal. We discuss the marginality requirement for an E-2 Visa here.