Mark Davies, Global Chairman, Davies & Associates
MYTH: “An E2 visa requires a minimum investment of USD 200,000, USD 300,000 or more to be safe”
This is a common “myth” in E2
Our firm files hundreds of E2 Visa cases with an investment of about USD 100,000 and to date we have never had an E2 visa refusal problem. While not necessarily recommended, we have had a case approved for an investment of USD 60,000.
For a successful E2 Treaty Investor Visa application there is no minimum investment but the investment must be “substantial” in relation to the business endeavor in question. What is a reasonable and “substantial” investment for one business might not be for another.
If you already have business in the United States then no further investment may be required in order for you to obtain an E2 visa.
Applicants from India, Vietnam, South Africa, or other non-E2 treaty countries who have obtained a Grenada, Turkey, Montenegro, or other third country nationality may need to restructure existing investments in the US so they are useable for E2 purposes.
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