E-2 Visa Petition for Subsidiary of his Company in the U.S.
July 3rd, 2019
Our client, “Juán”, is a national of Spain, and is the CEO of a growing multi-subsidiary company. Prior to our consultation, our client had formed a subsidiary of his company in the U.S. This company, although growing, has the potential to produce even greater revenue and profit within the U.S. Our clients’ goal was to further develop this subsidiary and create a stronger international network. His presence was necessary to direct the managers and employees within the company and expand the company’s general operations. After meeting and consulting with attorney FitzGerald, it was ultimately determined that an E-2 treaty investor visa would be most appropriate for Juán, as it would allow him the opportunity to invest significant time and funds into the company within the US, while maintaining his relationship with the Spanish parent company, and allow his wife and children to relocate, study and work in the US.
The US subsidiary company was still young to show significant profits, so we had to rely on future growth projections and the profitability of the parent company in Spain. Our Boston immigration law firm assisted our client, all the while in Spain, in reviewing and presenting a more detailed business plan and comprehensive revenue and profitability forecasts for both, the US and parent company, as well as a detailed executive statement in support of the E-2 visa petition. After processing the visa at the US consulate in Madrid, the E-2 visa was ultimately approved for Juán and his family members, and they successfully relocated to the US in order for Juán to fulfill his role as CEO of the US Company.