E-2 investor temporary visas are granted to foreign nationals who invest into or start a U.S.-based business. EB-5 permanent visas require both investment and creation of 10 full-time jobs for Americans. These visas can be tricky to compare and understand on your own. To best reach your immigration goals, knowing the difference is very beneficial for your future in the U.S. For example, are you looking to become a lawful permanent resident or eventually a U.S. citizen? Or are you content with a long-term investor visa with other benefits?
The Investment Immigration Attorney Team at Klasko Immigration Law Partners, LLP are leading investor visa lawyers and are often pioneering new and creative solutions for complex immigration problems. Below is a comparison of two investor visa options.
The above information is snapshot of some of the requirements and differences between E-2 and EB-5 investor visas, and it is by no means exhaustive. For more information on investor visas and how you can benefit from acquiring one, contact an investment immigration attorney at Klasko Immigration Law Partners, LLP.