The investor visa (E2 Visa) allows a national of a trade treaty country (a country with which the United States maintains a treaty of commerce and navigation, or with which the United States maintains a qualified international agreement, or which has been determined to be a qualified country by legislation) to be admitted to the United States when he or she invests a substantial amount of capital in a U.S. enterprise.
frequently asked questions
How much money do I need to obtain an E2 investor visa?
Do I need to be in the United States to start the process?
Do I have to go through an interview to obtain the E2 visa?
I have been an investor for a long time, can I get a green card?