E2 VISA BUSINESS PLAN
The E-2 Visa is a non-immigrant type of visa for citizens of treaty countries who want to invest or start a business in the United States. It is an attractive way for entrepreneurs to expand or start their business in the U.S and a good tool for multinational corporations to transfer executives and managers, who might not qualify for an L-1 Visa or H-1B Visa.
There are a few popular Visas where you must put together a comprehensive business plan, and the E-2 Treaty Investor Visa is one of them. Visa is granted (or denied) primarily based on your business plan, and it is not something that you can gloss over.
The business plan is one of the key documents immigration officers rely on to determine whether the company's investment meets the immigration requirements. A highly detailed business plan that demonstrates compliance with E2 regulations and provides the information that USCIS and consular officers need is an essential part of your E2 visa application.
The business plan should show the immigration officer how:
Your business is not marginal, meaning the company will allow you to thrive financially while in the United States
Your business will achieve profitability to support you, your dependents, employees and create new jobs within the duration of the E-2 Visa
You have invested or are in the process of investing a substantial amount that will give the business a strong chance of success
Your business financial projections and hiring plan will grow within the duration of the E-2 Visa
You have the skills and experience to develop and direct the enterprise
ConsultingTO creates professional immigration business plans unique to each client and USCIS compliant. We have experience developing comprehensive business plans that effectively articulate your company clearly and consistently with USCIS guidelines and adjudication standards.
Our E2 Visa Business Plan provides detailed information about:
- Business Background & Structure
- Source of Funds & Investments
- Products & Services provided
- Industry, Market & Competitors
- Marketing Plan & Sales Strategy
- Financial Plan & Projections
- Hiring Plan
- Impact on the US Economy