Immigration Information For Investors And Entrepreneurs
Investors and entrepreneurs seeking entry into the United States, whether long-term or short-term, face unique challenges in the immigration process. The process is complicated, involving substantial time commitment, especially if you are not familiar with the process. Further, without experience, you risk making errors that could lead to the denial of your visa request. Make sure you work with an experienced team of lawyers to help you through the process.
We have more than 50 years of experience providing valuable immigration information for investors and entrepreneurs. We are a New Orleans law firm with offices in Florida and Washington State. Our attorneys combine knowledge and experience with a passion for immigration law and a strong commitment to personally helping clients find the immigration solutions they need, efficiently and effectively.
Immigrant Investor Visas
We provide immigration services for organizations, including investment and entrepreneurial organizations, in a range of legal matters, including:
- Investors and treaty traders E-1/E-2: In countries with which the United States shares a treaty of commerce, individuals and certain employees may be eligible for admittance to the U.S. when engaging in substantial trade or making substantial investments in a United States business.
- Permanent residence through investment: Depending on the circumstances, immigration options are available for foreign nationals seeking to become permanent residents of the United States to invest in U.S. commercial enterprises.
- International Entrepreneur Parole: Qualifying entrepreneurs receive parole – a discretionary and temporary permission to enter and remain in the United States. Entrepreneur parolees are not eligible for permanent residence unless they qualify under another U.S. immigration program.