Investor Visas - Explore Business and Investment Opportunities in the U.S.

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Claxton Law Group can assist you and your business in applying for Investor Visas - the Treaty Trader (E1), Treaty Investor (E2), and EB-5 Investor Visa. Connect with us to explore how we can aid your pursuit of business and investment opportunities in the United States.


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Remember, the process of obtaining an investor visa involves meticulous planning and adherence to specific guidelines. Luckily, Claxton Law Group is here to help.

How We Will Evaluate Your Case:

E1 Visa Application

This visa is designed for nationals of countries with which the United States maintains treaties of commerce and navigation. It allows foreign individuals to engage in substantial trade with the U.S.

We will help you demonstrate that the trade is substantial, with the majority of the trade conducted between the U.S. and the treaty country.

E2 Visa Application

The E2 visa allows nationals of treaty countries who wish to invest a substantial amount of capital in a U.S. business to live and work in the U.S. based on the investment.

Our team will assist in showcasing a "substantial" investment in a bona fide enterprise in the U.S. and ensure that your business plan aligns with USCIS requirements.

EB-5 Visa Application

The EB-5 Investor Visa program is for those interested in investing in the United States. Unlike the E1 and E2 visas, the EB-5 visa is an immigrant visa, leading to a Green Card and permanent residency in the United States

We guide you through the process of making the required investment in a new commercial enterprise that will create at least 10 full-time jobs for qualifying U.S. workers.

Comparing E1, E2, and EB-5 Visas

All three visas facilitate business and investment in the U.S., but each has its unique requirements and benefits:

- Trade vs Investment: E1 visas are based on trade, E2 visas are based on investment in an active business, and EB-5 visas are based on investment in a new commercial enterprise that creates jobs.

- Business Activity: E1 visa holders may only work in the activity for which they were approved when the visa was granted. E2 visa holders are restricted to working in the business they've invested in. EB-5 visa holders are not restricted in their employment.

- Permanent Residency: E1 and E2 visas do not directly lead to permanent residency, while the EB-5 visa can.

- Investment Amount: The E1 visa does not require a specific investment amount, while the E2 visa requires a "substantial" investment. The EB-5 visa requires a significant investment of either $1.8 million or $900,000 in a TEA.

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