Investor & Business Immigration
Immigrant entrepreneurship is widely recognized as having significant positive impact on the United States economy at the local, state and federal level, and in recent years, Florida has benefited tremendously from an influx of foreign investment capital, primarily from Russia, Brazil and Latin America. According to a recent study, nearly 5% of all private sector jobs in South Florida are provided by foreign-owned companies.
Whether you are a small business, with only a few employees, or an established multinational company, we can help you navigate the complexities of US immigration law to achieve your immigration goals. Our experienced attorneys not only prepare your immigration forms, but also meticulously review your supporting documentation, to ensure that small, yet common mistakes, such as a financial co-mingling or failure to comply with certain corporate formalities, do not prevent you from opening a US-based startup, or transferring a Manager or Executive to the United States.
Whether your goal is temporary residence or permanent immigration, we can help you select from among the following options:
- L-1A visa for Managers and Executives
- L-1B visa for Specialized Knowledge employees
- EB-1 green card for Managers and Executives
- E-1 Treaty Trader visa
- E-2 Treaty Investor visa
- E-3 visa for Australians
We pride ourselves on giving our entrepreneur/investor clients advice that is designed to save them money, avoiding the risky, controversial and expensive EB-5 program.