Can I Get a Work Permit or Green Card if I Invest in the U.S. Economy?
If you invest a “substantial amount,” you may qualify for an E-2 visa for treaty investors, and our immigration lawyers can help! If you invest $1.05 million (or $800,000 in the Targeted Employment Areas), you may be eligible for an investor green card. The minimum investment amounts will be increasing automatically for inflation every five years. Call Juras Law Firm, PLC at 480-425-2009 in Scottsdale, AZ for more information or to schedule a consultation.