Entrepreneur Visa

E2 Visa Travel Restrictions

E2 Visa Travel Restrictions

The E2 visa is a great option for individuals wishing to live in the U.S. to pursue their entrepreneurial dreams. The E2 allows individuals to remain in the U.S. on a temporary basis, meaning there is no path to Lawful Permanent Residency…

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6 Powerful Visa and Green Card Options for Entrepreneurs and Business Professionals

6 Powerful Visa and Green Card Options for Entrepreneurs and Business Professionals

The U.S. immigration system has several visa and green card options for investors, entrepreneurs, and business professionals. In this article, we will discuss some of the more well-known options, as well as some of the options that you might not know about. We are Ashoori Law, led by Michael Ashoori, a U.S. immigration lawyer based in Los Angeles, California. At our law firm we…

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Entrepreneur Visa

Entrepreneur Visa: 5 Visas for Starting a Business in the United States

The United States has multiple visa categories for entrepreneurs to start and operate a business in the US. Entrepreneur Visa #1 is E2 Visa. The E2 visa is a great option for entrepreneurs. The basic concept of the E2 visa is that it allows you to invest money into a…

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What is EB-5 Visa

What is the EB-5 Visa? Step-by-Step Guide

The EB-5 visa is an immigrant visa for investors. The EB-5 visa allows you to get a green card to the United States for yourself, your spouse, and your children under 21 years old, based on making an investment in the United States. Learn more about the EB-5 visa…

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EB5 Direct Investment

EB5 Direct Investment: Top 3 Advantages Over Regional Centers

As an EB5 investor, you may qualify for a green card through the EB5 visa program by investing through an EB5 regional center or by making a direct investment.

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EB5 Regional Center Investment

EB5 Regional Center Investment: 4 Advantages You Should Know About

The EB-5 visa is an immigrant visa which allows foreign investors to get a green card for themselves and their family members by making an investment in the United States. Regional centers are entities approved by USCIS to sponsor EB-5 projects and typically…

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High Unemployment Area TEA

High Unemployment Area TEA: Step-by-Step Guide

EB5 investors are given an option to invest either $900,000 or $1.8 million, to qualify for a US green card. The vast majority of investors invest the lower amount of $900,000. To qualify for this reduced amount, investors must invest in targeted employment…

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Targeted Employment Area

What is a Targeted Employment Area?

As a potential EB5 investor, you are eligible to invest either $1 million or $500,000 to qualify for an EB-5 visa. The vast majority of investors invest the lower $500,000 amount. To qualify for the lower investment amount, your EB5 investment must operate in a…

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