Wednesday, January 15, 2014

E-2 Visa: A great alternative to EB-5

Today I met a gentleman from Canada. This middle-aged man has achieved success in a professional field. Its main task - to travel from Canada to the U.S. and back without encountering a "friendly-minded" frontier customs service (TCP).

Despite the fact that he can afford a $ 500,000 investment in EB -5 visa, we both decided that E -Visa the best fit for him.

For those who are not interested in permanent residence in the United States. For those who have children grew up and flew out of the parental nest. For those who just want to open a business and deal with it. Try E-2.
Approximately 57 countries in the world claim to E-2. Investment amount is proportional to the type of business in which the investment takes place. There is no "magic" amount when it comes to EB-5. However, the more you invest, the better.
Investments may be in new and in existing business, but you must own at least 50% of the business.
The process does not take long, and USCIS favor this type of visa.

Most likely, my client will invest in the franchise for the production of yogurt and fruit smoothies in South Florida, and is the perfect choice.

Today I met with a gentlemen from Canada. He is of middle age and has done very well in his professional life. His main goal is to travel to and from Canada to the US without the dealing with the "friendly" treatment by Customs and Border Protection (CBP). 

Although he can certainly afford the $ 500,000 USD EB-5 visa investment, we both decided that the E-Visa is his best choice.

For those not interested in permanent residency in the US For those who's children are grown up and have left the parental nest. For those who simply want to own their business and stay busy. Try the E-2. 
There are about 57 countries around the world that qualify for the E-2. The investment amount is proportionate to the type of business you are investing in. There is no "magic" number when it comes to the EB-5. However, the more you invest the better.
The investment can be in a new or existing business, but you must own at least 50% of the entity.
The process does not take a long time to finish and the USCIS looks very favorably on to this type of visa.

My client will most likely invest in a smoothie and soft served yogurt franchise in South Florida, which is an excellent choice.

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