My husband and I obtained E2 visa status when we bought a business 9 years ago. Can that business that generates over one million in sales a year and employs over 10 us citizens sponsor one of us to apply for I-485 and if approved get permanent residency through Green Card?
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You may consider the investor's visa EB-5. We suggest you to consult with an immigration attorney to discuss the EB-5 requirements and the process of applying for a green card.
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You may want to schedule a consultation with an immigration attorney regarding the option of an EB-5 investment based visa. If you have a business plan prepared that will help the attorney determine whether that will make sense to pursue.
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