Summary on E-2 Investor and L-1 Intercompany Transfer Visas

By Sabine Weyergraf – www.weyergrafimmigration.com

 

The E-2 Investor Visa requires a minimum investment of $100,000 which must be invested before the application can be filed with the Embassy. However, funds in escrow are considered an investment and qualify. Funds in escrow can be prepaid rent or the purchase price for an existing business.

 

Property management companies for …Continue Reading »

The Effect of President Obama’s Executive Order on Foreign Entrepreneurs

 

By Sabine Weyergraf – www.weyergrafimmigration.com

 

On November 20, 2014, the President announced a series of executive orders affecting the U.S. immigration system. Besides announcing options for undocumented immigrants, he also addressed other legal immigration issues. In particular, he announced welcomed changes for foreign investors, researchers and founders of start-up enterprises.

 

The announcement includes that foreign investors do …Continue Reading »

Discovery Questions: What Your Business Broker and Immigration Attorney Ask and Why

By Michael Monnot – www.InfinityBusinessBrokers.com

 

When you are considering buying a business in the United States, you will have a conversation with your Business Broker and Immigration Attorney that we call the discovery process. This initial conversation is incredibly important for many reasons – as each individual has different goals, figuring out what those goals are …Continue Reading »

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