The E-1 Visa allows an individual of a treaty country to be admitted to the United States to engage in international trade.

With the documents required to prepare a successful E-1 petition, a business plan is very recommended to reinforce your chances of success. The key to submitting an effective visa application is to have a complete, results-driven and compelling E-1 Visa Business Plan following the criteria set by the USCIS and tailored to your business's needs.

Your business plan must focus on the key conditions of substantial and principal trade between the United States and the treaty country which qualified the treaty trader for E-1 classification. It needs to show that you have invested substantial time, work, and capital into developing your business internationally.

Our Business Plans are written with the specifics of your company in mind, and follow a special format that showcases what your organization has to offer while providing the USCIS with the critical information required to accept your visa.

Our E-1 Visa Business Plan provides forecasts and strategies describing your business's next five years of operation. Some of the information included in your E-1 Visa business plans are:

  • A comprehensive executive summary

  • Local market analysis and industry analysis

  • Job descriptions for employees

  • An organizational chart describing your plans for hiring personnel over a five year period

  • Five-year financial forecasts, including profit and loss statement, investment summary, personnel table, and cash flow projections

  • A description of your products and services

  • An analysis of your local and national competitors

  • Marketing and sales strategy

  • Details of your U.S. customers and the portion of the overall trade that you conduct with them

  • Impact on the US Economy

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.