Category: E2 visa requirements

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Substantial Investment for the E2 Visa

 As an E2 visa applicant, the journey begins by identifying the source of funds you plan to invest. Whether it is personal savings, a gift, the sale of a property, an inheritance or a divorce settlement, as long as it is legal and well documented, the source of funds can be almost anything. Once […]

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E2 Visa: Can a Service-Based Business Work?

Are you ready to start or buy a service-based business? For those of you interested, this article will break down how to work through the requirements of the E-2 Visa when your plan is to run a service-based business. We also want to give you examples of some clients we’ve helped who were approved and […]

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E2 Visa — How Many Employees do I Need?

  Angie: Angie Rupert, founder of Rupert Law Group. We handle exclusively E-2 visas. And today, we are here with Marianella Manzur from Journey Business Plans. Hi, Marianella.   Marianella: Hi, Angie. Thank you for inviting me. It’s always a pleasure.   Angie: It is indeed. Thanks so much for being here. And today, Marianella […]

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E2 Visa Requirements: Source of Funds

  Hi everyone! It’s Angie Rupert founder of Rupert Law Group. We handle exclusively E2 visas; so, no matter what treaty country you’re from or what state you want to be in, we can help. Today we’re going to talk about one of the other E2 visa requirements, which is the source of funds. This […]

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Can You Have Intent to Get a Green Card when Applying for an E2 Visa?

One of the fundamental E2 Visa Requirements: Intent to Depart upon Termination of Status. What does that mean? Today we review the “intent” requirement in detail. This article is the first in a series that dive deep into the E2 visa requirements. Continue to check back for more articles explaining E2 visa requirements. Intent may seem […]

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