The-USA-Forum is the perfect place to meet on-line the many people who have already emigrated to the States or who are thinking of living and working in America. You can benefit hugely from the experiences of others, both Expats and Intending Immigrants. It is an invaluable source of information on all matters concerning US Immigration, including the L-1 Intra-Company Transfer Visa and the E-2 Treaty Investor Visa for the move over to America.
The-USA-Forum provides a free meeting place for the exchange of information on emigrating to the USA and is a great source of recommended referals, from business brokers to escrow attorneys. There is invaluable advice from current immigrants and expatriates living and working in America.
The-USA-Forum originally concentrated on just on Florida, but has now been expanded to encompass all of the States of the USA, including members in California, New York, Virginia, Carolina, Arizona, Maine, and many others. It has been in existence for ten years and, during that time, has helped thousands of people to emigrate to the USA and experience the American lifestyle. So wherever you see yourself living the American Dream you will find someone able and willing to give you the benefit of their experience.
Here are just a few of the questions answered in the past by The-USA-Forum members:-
a) I have been researching on US Visa Attorney sites and it seems that I can't qualify for permanent immigration status on an E-2 Investor Visa to Florida or any of the other United States? Is this correct?
b) I want a green card but that's only with emigrant status and I see the E-2 is a non-immigrant investor visa only. Please advise.
c) Can I apply for a Visa if I have been arrested, given a police caution or convicted of a crime? There is so much conflicting information on Immigration Forums and Visa Attorney websites.
d) I keep seeing the word marginality used when I am reading about the E-2 Treaty Investor Visa. What does this mean?
e) How much of an investment, in US dollars, does it take to buy a business in America for a working E-2 visa?
f) Why do I need to use an Escrow when buying a business?
g) Is there a recommendation for a business broker as agreeing to buy a business seems to be the first step in the process?
h) How many American employees do I need and do they need to have American Citizenship or Green Cards?
i) I have been talking with a US visa consultant who has advised that we could apply for L-1 intra-company transfer visa status. I'd really like a second opinion on what I need for L-1 Intra-Company Transfer Visa and how it is different from other visas?
The-USA-Forum has been going for 10 years and is full of Member's experiences of US immigration, working visas and moving to America. The first stage, when you are in a ready position, is to find a suitable business, and here are three currently-available businesses that could suit an E-2 Visa application.
23 year old Company is the leading sign, T-shirt, billboard, and wrap shop in Charlotte County. The graphic artist designs custom silk screen T-shirts and embroidery products.
Low overhead IT consulting business providing network and Tech support to small businesses in Orlando and the South Eastern United States. Services include Network Design, Windows Support, Desktop Computer Support, Network Security. Solid records in QuickBooks and Tax Returns available for E Visa application. $199,000.00
Ice Cream/Yogurt/Ice Smoothie business in Collier County. An ever-growing business with consistently increasing sales. Very simple operation. Very busy established location with high visibility from 2 major intersections.
For more information on these and other Florida businesses available, contact American Business Group. For other States in the US they will be able to provide contact details.
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Jessica Hadler-Baines has been working with overseas business purchasers for many years now and has been associated the The-USA-Forum since 2005.
The American Business Group offers many years experience in identifying opportunities that will qualify families for wokring visas to the United States. Jessica works closely with the chosen visa professional to ensure the whole process runs smoothly.
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