Attorney Rupal Parikh Aristimuno, J.D., L.L.M, is an expert immigration lawyer, with over twelve years’ experience practicing immigration law. Her law firm helps individuals and families find the best ways to Investor Visas. Her law firm is headquartered in Montclair, New Jersey, just 30 minutes from New York City. Attorney Rupal’s law firm offers client services nationwide, solving the immigration needs of individuals, families, and businesses.
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If you are considering starting a business in the United States, you may want to make sure that you have all the information together first. Obtaining an investor visa is not something to take lightly. In order to be successful in any business whether you perform it in your own home country or you want to bring it over to the United States, you need to have a business plan and the entire business structure mapped out.
The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, or USCIS, notes that there are two different varieties of investor visa options. The first option is the EB-5 visa. This type of visa is for an immigration investor who brings their business into the USA and provides jobs in the country. This type of investor visa is also good for those who wish to invest in an existing business already established in the United States. Both of the investor visas is considered temporary and can lead to permanent residence if everything goes the way you wanted it to and you can prove that you have been able to manage a business.
The EB-5 investor visa applicant must have at least 1,000,000 to invest in a business and must be able to employ ten jobs. There is no exception to this. If you do not have the right amount of capital then you will not be granted the visa to come into the United States and bring in the business needed to boost the economy and create more jobs. Not every business is a success so it is important to be certain of what you are offering the world before you present it. When in doubt, do more work.
Another type of investor visa is the E-2 visa. This type of investor visa is for those coming from treaty nations. The E-2 investor visa requires that the immigrant who wants to come to the United States needs to make an initial investment into the economy by investing in an existing business, purchasing a business already operating in the United States, or by starting a business in the USA in order to boost the economy and employ at least ten people.
The immigrant who obtains an investor visa is responsible for proving their commitment to their business plan and can show their work in a certain amount of time in order to stay in the USA otherwise they must return back to their country.
It may be necessary sometimes to get immigration lawyers to represent you in your quest to file for an investor visa. You may find that some of the paperwork can be stressing and complicated to figure out. When you work hard to create a business, you want the security of a lawyer anyway so it may help to go ahead and hire representation before you begin paperwork. An immigration attorney can actually help you file the correct amount of paperwork so you don’t lose any time trying to figure it all out and determine what you need to submit and what you don’t. When you work hard for your money you want a plan to help see you through.
Immigration Attorney Rupal Parikh Aristimuno has extensive experience in solving even the most complex adjustment of status problems. She has worked extensively with individuals from all backgrounds to help achieve their goal of permanent residence in the U.S. She can work effectively with clients anywhere in the country.
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“Only attorneys or accredited representatives can give you legal advice about which forms to submit, explain immigration options you may have, and communicate with USCIS about your case.” USCIS
She provides unparalleled personal support throughout the entire process.
She explains each immigration process carefully, so that you know just what to expect: length of time, priority dates, evidence and documentation requirements, visa bulletins, interview process, and the affidavits of support that must be completed for the non-citizen relative.
For additional information about our client services in family immigration, contact Immigration Attorney Rupal Parikh Aristimuno by phone or e-mail.
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