Helping You to Obtain an Investor Visa
Guidance from Our Tenacious Immigration Attorneys
There are a number of different ways that non-immigrants can enter the
United States to conduct business. One of these endeavors includes pursuing
an investor visa, which allows a foreign national to access the U.S. for
the purpose of investing in a business. If you qualify, you would be granted
an E-1 or E-2 visa, depending on the amount of the investment and your
When you are interested in obtaining an investor visa, you are required
to invest in a new business or commercial enterprise. Here at David F.
Vedder, P.A., we have
more than 35 years of experience representing a wide variety of immigration cases and would be happy to
offer you our legal counsel and representation
Contact our firm today at (386) 968-8880.
What are the requirements for an investor visa?
Under the requirements of an investment visa, it is considered that a commercial
enterprise or business is "for-profit" and is formed with the
intention of conducting business, including:
- Business trusts
- Joint ventures
- Sole proprietorship
- Holding companies
We understand that this process can seem quite complex and confusing. It
is our intention to use our knowledge and experience to your advantage.
We hope to make the procedure go as smoothly as possible for you.
We have intentionally established our law firm to be staffed by some of
the most experienced, compassionate, and highly-trained Daytona Beach
immigration attorneys. With an extensive insight and understanding of
the intricacies and legal complexities of the application process, we
can guide you appropriately. We are very familiar with the laws, requirements,
and necessary documents and forms you will need to apply for an investor
visa. Please contact our firm today at (386) 968-8880 to set up an appointment
to speak with one of our immigration lawyers about your case!
Discuss your case with us in an
initial review. We serve clients throughout Volusia County, the United States and aroung