On January 17, 2014, the US Consulate in Mexico City approved another E-2 application Lin & Valdez filed for our client.
Our client in this case is a Mexican citizen who wanted to invest and come do business in the US. He purchased a submarine sandwich/deli franchise in Texas and applied for E-2 with our representation to the US Consulate in Mexico. With gift of investment fund from his mother, he invested a total of $85,000.00 into the business.
With documents and information provided by the client, Lin & Valdez prepared and compiled a comprehensive application package, and filed the package to the US Consulate in Mexico City. Our client was interviewed on Jan. 16, 2014, and he has received the E-2 visa stamp on Jan. 17, 2014 without encountering any problem.
Lin & Valdez has applied for countless numbers of E-2 cases. The investments our clients made for the applications are in a wide range of businesses, including bakery, beauty salon, restaurant, camera shop, doughnut shop, supermarket, gas station, convenience store, trading company, day care, bridal service, professional service, hotel/motel, computer company, franchise store, art gallery, law office, shoe store, sandwich and deli shop, and granite and stone business, etc. We have established ourselves a premier E-2 investment visa practitioner. If you are from one of the E-2 countries and are interested in coming to the US with this flexible visa status, or changing your status to E-2 in the US, please contact us immediately. The help you need is just a click away!