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L-1a Visa Advantages
- The approval for an L-1A visa is fast. If you request expedited processing, in two weeks USCIS will send you their decision. (In contrast, an EB-5 visa takes 8-14 months.);
- There are no backlogs or limits for the number of L-1A visas for any nationality (including Chinese nationals);
- The L-1A visa has no language requirements;
- Investment funds are easily verified since they come from the corporate account of the foreign company;
- The L-1A visa allows all family members (spouse and children) to enter the U.S. educational system immediately. Children can attend public school (K-12) for free; older children and spouses may attend a university without the need for a student visa, such as F-1. Many state universities offer reduced fees for residents of that state.
- The Investor, as the holder of an L-1A visa, can live and work outside U.S. and visit the U.S. 2-5 times a year, or the Investor and his/her family can live permanently in the U.S.
- Unlike the E-2 visa (that is only applicable to citizens of Treaty Countries), the L-1A visa has no restriction on the nationality of the Investor.
- The L-1A visa has no trade restrictions. The L-1A visa allows the U.S. subsidiary to be engaged in any business, regardless of the industry of the parent company.
L-1a Requirements To The Parent Company
The parent company in the foreign country was established no less than two years ago;
The parent company’s annual revenues should be adequate to support all employees and make a profit;
The parent company has a certain number of employees. In countries with inexpensive labor cost (for example, China, India, Mexico, and Ukraine), the company can have no fewer than 10- 20 employees. In countries with more expensive labor costs, the company can have no fewer than 10 employees;
The Investor has worked in an executive or managerial capacity, or was an owner of the company, for at least one out of the last three years;
The parent company has sufficient operating funds and the ability to establish and to support an office in the United States.
L-1a Visa Steps
1. L-1a applicant selects a business in the U.S and makes an "irrevocable commitment to invest". It can be purchasing an existing business, investing money in a reputable franchise, or start business and commit some money irrevocably to it. It can be hiring full-time employees, buying equipment, leasing a warehouse and so on.
2. An immigration legal professional helps the Investor to collect and to prepare the L-1A visa application materials;
It takes 1 for us to prepare L-1a visa application. It takes 1-6 months for applicant to collect documents for L-1A visa application;
3. We can help the Investor to set up a new company and open a business bank account in the United States.
4. The L-1A visa application is ready and is submitted to USCIS or U.S Embassy in your country. The U.S. Immigration (USCIS) should make a decision in 14 days (with the expedited processing);
5. The L-1A visa approved. An interview is scheduled at the U.S. Embassy;
6. The Interview is successful. The Investor and his/her family receive an L-1 visa stamps in their passports;
7. The Investor and his/her family can move to the United States;s
SEVERAL THINGS YOU MUST KNOW
ABOUT BUSINESS VISAS IN 2021
In 2019, there were more than 8.7 million non-immigrant visas issued at 160 U.S. consulates and embassies across the globe. 2020 proved to be a different story for U.S. visa issuances given the ongoing pandemic…
Although some U.S. Embassies and Consulates resumed routine visa services as local conditions and resources allowed, the U.S. issued a total of only 4 million nonimmigrant visas in 2020. This represented less than half of the number issued in the previous fiscal year (FY) 2019.
In early 2020, in response to the significant globe challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. Department of State suspended all routine visa services in most countries worldwide.
On December 29, the U.S. Department of State published its annual report providing statistical information on immigrant and non-immigrant visa issuances by consular offices for FY 2020.
Plan Immigration summarized and analyzed the data related to E-2 visas as follows.
Countries With The Most E-2 Visas In 2021
E-2 Visa Denial Rate In 2021
Along with stricter regulations imposed on E-2 visa countries and immigration overall, the E-2 visa denial rate in FY 2020 significantly increased to 12.21% from 10.57% in FY 2019.
Visas Approvals and Denials
In general, it has become more difficult to obtain an approval for certain immigrant and non-immigrant visas, including the well-known Business/Tourism visa (B1/B2), Relative Immigrant visa (F), Intracompany Transferee Executive or Manager visa (L-1), and Temporary Work Visa (H-1B).
E-2 visa has a higher approval rate at 87.8% relative to other nonimmigrant visas. There is no limits to the number of issuances.
At same time, almost every year the denial rate is growing fast!
IN THE LAST 5 YEARS
DENIAL RATE FOR E-2 VISA APPLICATIONS GREW 71.4%
So, I decided to do some research and find out what are the main reasons for U.S Immigration to deny E2, L-1a and other business visas applications.
When I finished, I immediately feel that I need to share this information.
I need to give it every person who is planning to apply for business visa.
I put the summary of my research in this short report:
'7 DEADLY MISTAKES THAT
GUARANTEE YOUR BUSINESS VISA DENIAL'
Does Not Matter If You Use Our Service
Or Somebody's else...
Everybody needs to know about it.
It is only 5 pages.
People who read it - are grateful.
I made it absolutely FREE,
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WHAT IS THE CRITICAL FACTOR
FOR BUSINESS VISAS APPROVAL.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
The E-2 Visa, otherwise known as the Investor Visa, is a non-immigrant visa that allows entrepreneurs and business owners to enter and work in the United States based on an investment in a business that they will be actively managing and controlling while residing in the US. million for 5-7 years.
The first step for any potential E-2 investor considering the E-2 investment visa is determining whether you are eligible to apply for it. To apply for an E-2 visa, you must be a national of a Treaty Country with a valid passport of this country.
No, so long as you qualify as a national of an E2 Visa Treaty Country, your wife or husband and children do not have to be from a Treaty Country.
In evaluating E-2 applications, consular officers must determine whether the:
1) Requisite treaty exists;
2) Individual and/or business possess the nationality of the treaty country;
3) Applicant has invested or is actively in the process of investing;
4) Enterprise is a real and operating commercial enterprise;
5) Applicant’s investment is substantial;
6) Investment is more than a marginal one solely for earning a living;
7) Applicant is in a position to “develop and direct” the enterprise;
8) Applicant, if an employee, is destined to an executive/supervisory position or possesses skills essential to the firm’s operations in the United States; and
9) Applicant intends to depart the United States when the E-2 status terminates.
The E2 Investor Visa is for from three months to five years, depending on your country of nationality, and can be extended indefinitely.
We still take 1 to 2 months to file, but the consulates are extremely backlogged and take 6 months to arrange interviews. As the backlogs are dealt with, those dates will go back to normal processing times.
Yes, your husband or wife can obtain a work permit, also known as the EAD, which takes 90 to 120days after you get your visa.
All kids under the age of 21 years old will be allowed to come with you to the US on an E-2 and study
There is no minimum value according to USCIS rules, regardless of what you read on the internet.
The investment has to be substantial for the type of business you choose to invest in.
However, our company has chosen to place a minimum for what we will handle at $60,000.
The Applicant must prove that they are in possession and control of the funds (the money is theirs) and that they received the money by legitimate means. The funds can be from savings, inheritance, gifts, and loans. So yes, a loan can qualify for investment funds so long as the new business’ assets do not secure the loan. All funds must have originated from a legitimate source, which means the US Government will want to know where your money in savings came from (how did you get it) and even if a gift the how the person giving you the money received the money must be proven.
Thus, the answer to the question Can I use a Loan for my investment is yes so long as it is not secured with the business’ assets.
There is a great deal of documentation required here to “trace” the source of the funds from beginning to end (the end being the business’ bank account). Some examples of documents would include; Bank Statements, Loan documents, Pay Statements from a prior job, Wire Transfer Receipts, and more.
Any expense both current and past that is directly related to the operations or startup of the business can qualify as your E2 investment.
– trips to the US for the purpose of business acquisition or site review
– office expenses
– legal fees
– business consulting fees
– cars if required for the business
– company setup
– marketing expenses
– phones, laptops
– patents and IP
– software licenses
– required business or personal licenses
The E2 visa investment money must be ‘committed and at risk’ for it to qualify as an investment prior to applying for the visa.
This means that you have to spend the money on business expenses, not just have it sitting in your bank.
You are allowed to maintain some cash as working capital.
Our company likes to keep the Client’s cash in the bank – working capital – at or below 10% of the total investment.
NO, you still own all the assets of your business.
The only difference is that you cannot stay in the U.S, you much manage your business from abroad.
n almost all cases, the answer is no. However, if the home is an integral part of the business, then you can.
So for example, a working farm where the home is part of the overall business would count.
The list is almost unlimited. However, businesses that earn passive income only such as real estate investment is prohibited. It has to be a business that you actively run.
Yes, up to 50% of the business.
Yes, after you get your visa, if there is a true business need, they would qualify for an ‘Essential Employee Visa’.
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