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Helping You Obtain An Investment Visa

The United States welcomes investors and entrepreneurs who come to the country for business opportunities. For these individuals, obtaining an E-2 visa is a relatively easy process. Still, even small mistakes or omissions can cause delay or denial.

The best way to ensure that matters proceed smoothly is to work with an experienced immigration attorney. At Coughlon Law Firm, PLLC., in Phoenix, we use years of experience to achieve the best possible results for clients struggling with immigration issues.

What You Should Know About E-2 Visas

The nonimmigrant E visa classification is for nationals of a country with which the U.S. has a commerce treaty. An E-2 investor is someone who is coming to the U.S. to direct and develop the operations of a commercial enterprise in which he or she has invested, or is actively in the process of investing a substantial amount of capital.

If you are from certain treaty countries and have a substantial amount to invest in a commercial enterprise in the United States, you may qualify for an E-2 visa. An applicant may qualify as the investor or as an employee of a qualifying investor company having the same nationality as the applicant.

Get The Right Guidance On Your Visa Application Today

An E-2 investor must meet certain strict requirements, and an application must be completed correctly in a timely manner to avoid complications in the immigration process. For this reason, it is critical to work with an experienced immigration attorney. Our founding attorney, Robert E. Coughlon Jr., has been practicing immigration law since 1993 and has the in-depth knowledge necessary to guide you through the process.

Reach Out To A Qualified Attorney Today

Get things moving right away by reaching out to our Arizona law firm. Contact us online or call 602-903-2371 to schedule a confidential consultation with an experienced lawyer. If you need help with your immigration case, we would consider it a privilege to have the opportunity to speak with you.