Renewing an E-2 Treaty Investor Visa
While the E-2 Treaty Investor visa is a non-immigrant visa, it is renewable indefinitely for as long as the business continues to operate and meet the requirements. Our E-2 client from Turkey was successful in getting his E-2 Visa renewed. He plans to re-enter the U.S. soon and further develop his enterprise.
An E-2 Visa extension of status petition for an Australian Treaty Investor who operates a logistics and transportation company transporting long-haul truck loads for the food industry throughout the entire continental 48 states. The beneficiary received another two years of authorized stay in the U.S. on E-2 classification.
E-2 Treaty Investor Visa for a UK Citizen valid for 5 years
We assisted our client in acquiring 60% of an existing company in the U.S. to apply for an E-2 Treaty Investor Visa for UK Citizens. The company operates a gas station with a convenience store.
In buying an existing business to qualify for an E-2 Visa, you should check whether the company is profitable and whether it has the ability to hire more employees.
Below is an excerpt from the client’s email.
“I am very pleased to inform you that my E2 Visa Application has been approved. I appreciate your expert advice and support throughout this process. It would be an honor to recommend Davies & Associates to all my friends and family. I really appreciate your help and support.”
E-2 Treaty investor renewal application approved for a Turkish citizen
Our client had been manufacturing and selling meerschaum pipes in Turkey. He saw the potential of selling his products in the U.S. We assisted him with his E-2 Visa application, which was approved and he was given a 5-year visa. He was able to come to the U.S. with his spouse and child to build a profitable business. Now, we just got his E-2 Visa renewed so that he can continue to expand his business in the U.S.
The U.S. has the world’s largest consumer market. If you want to bring your products or services to the U.S., feel free to contact us and we will tell you how we can help.
Verdie J. Atienza is a Senior Attorney in charge of the firm’s L-1 and E-2 visa practice. He is a dual qualified lawyer in New York and in the Philippines and is qualified to practice immigration law in any state in the United States.