The U.S. immigration law allows foreign nationals to invest in and manage businesses in the United States. Prior to managing businesses in the U.S., foreign investors must apply for and be granted the appropriate immigration visas allowing them to work for their enterprises.
We assist foreign investors in negotiating the acquisition of existing businesses or creation of new enterprises in the U.S. and obtaining the appropriate visas allowing them to remain in the U.S. and manage their businesses. We also counsel our clients on tax ramifications of their business operations in the U.S.
Depending on the monetary value of the investment and job creations in the U.S., a foreign investor may be eligible for a permanent resident status (green card) or temporary investment visa. The following are the most commonly granted investment visas:
DISCLAIMER: The information given in this website is intended as general information only and is not a substitute for the services of an immigration attorney in your specific case.