the process of investing a substantial amount of capital in a bonafide enterprise in the United States and (3) be seeking to enter the United States solely to develop and/or direct investments of the enterprise. This is established by showing at least 50% ownership of the Enterprise or possession of operational control to a managerial position or other corporate device.
An "investment" is the treaty investors placing of capital, including funds and/or other assets, at-risk in the commercial sense with the objective of generating a profit. A business plan writer
developing an E-2 Visa business plan should be able to prove this in the business plan written. And E2 Visa business plan writer will also
show that a substantial amount of capital was committed to the business venture in the United States (via the business plan). When writing a business plan proving that substantial Capital was invested can be done by:
- Showing that the investment was substantial enough in total cost that it warrants establishing a new Enterprise or purchasing and established Enterprise.
- Showing that the amount of capital was substantial by means of being sufficient to assure that the treaty investors financial commitment is enough to make the Enterprise successful.
- Showing that the amount of capital invested is large enough that there is a strong likelihood that the Visa applicant will successfully develop and direct the company to success.
When developing a business plan for an E-2 Visa, the business plan writer should also prove to the United States government via the business plan that the business in which the Visa applicant will
invest in is bona fide. This means that the company or Enterprise is real, active and operating a commercial or entrepreneurial undertaking which produces services or goods for a profit. In other words the company written about in the business plan needs to be shown in a light that makes the government understand that it is not a fluke or just a sham in order to get a Visa. The company needs to have real operations or show that it will have real operations in the future.
An E-2 Visa business plan should also showcase the qualifications of the Visa applicant(s) and how they are necessary for the operation of the business. This can be proved buy a specific skill set or job title or by proven expertise of the person's position in the company. The more detailed and extrinsic the business plan is written; the better the chances of an approval for an E-2 Visa.
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writer. Contact today at 203-685-0346 (leave a message or text to schedule a time). Email Nick.
Developing an E-2 Visa business plan is not like developing a business plan for a startup company or private venture. The normal business plan writer may not have the skill set necessary to comply
with all of the criteria set forth by the United States government when developing an E-2 Visa business plan. Nicholas' experience in law and experience as a business plan writer gives him a competitive advantage to develop solid E2 Visa business plans for attorneys and clients of attorneys. Contact today at 203-685-0346 (leave a message or text to schedule a time) or email by