There are several categories of visas specifically intended for investors to enter the United States in order to start a new business, invest in a U.S. enterprise, or expand an existing foreign business into the United States. Investor visas also permit visas for a recipient’s spouse and children.
Moro Legal, LLC, advises and represents individuals and businesses through the investor visa process for both temporary and immigrant visas. Attorney Joseph A. Moro can assist investors in all stages of the U.S. visa process, from developing an immigration plan, gathering the right evidence and documents, drafting and submitting petitions with USCIS, preparing for immigration interviews, responding to requests for additional evidence, dealing with immigration officials, renewing temporary investor visas, applying for green cards, and petitioning to remove conditions on investor green cards.
In many cases, it can be unclear which visa and immigration options are right for one’s particular situation to meet personal and business goals. Attorney Joseph A. Moro can help you find the path which best fits your needs. Schedule an attorney consultation online today or contact Moro Legal, LLC, for additional information.
Attorney Joseph A. Moro can assist with visa solutions for investors, including:
Investor Immigration Visas for Permanent Residence and Green Cards
- Immigrant Investor Visas (EB-5 visas)
- Visas leading to green card and U.S. permanent residence for investors in a United States business.
Temporary Visas for Investors
- Treaty Investors (E-2 visas)
- Treaty Traders (E-1 visas)
- Intracompany Transfers for Employees to Open an Office in the U.S. (L visas)
- Business Visitors (B-1 visas)
The content of this website is for general informational purposes only and is not a replacement for legal advice. Immigration law is a complex area of law that is constantly changing and this website cannot cover every facet of the law. Every case is different, and all individuals and businesses should consult with an immigration lawyer prior to filing any petition or application.