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E-2 Visa Success Story: Expanding a Canadian Manufacturing Company to the US

Our client, a successful manufacturing company based in Canada, approached our firm with the ambition of expanding their operations to the U.S. market. Driven by growing demand, the client sought to establish a U.S. subsidiary to better serve their customers and tap into new opportunities.

The Journey Begins

To start this exciting venture, the client formed a new company in the U.S. and made a substantial initial investment. This investment covered essential startup costs such as office rent, equipment, professional service fees, payroll, and other miscellaneous business expenses.

Navigating the E-2 Visa Process

With the groundwork laid, our firm prepared and submitted an E-2 visa application to the U.S. consulate in Toronto. The application showcased the client’s detailed business plan, highlighting their long-term goals of generating significant revenue and creating job opportunities for U.S. workers.

Successful Visa Issuance

The client attended an in-person visa interview at the U.S. consulate and was granted a five-year E-2 visa. This significant achievement allowed the client to commence their business operations in the U.S. and register their U.S. company as an E visa business in the Canada E visa program.

Supporting Executive Team

Building on this success, we assisted several members of the client’s executive team in Canada to obtain their own five-year E-2 visas. These visas enabled the executives to enter the U.S. and contribute to the expansion and development of the new U.S. subsidiary.

This successful E-2 visa application process not only facilitated the client’s business expansion into the U.S. but also allowed for the strategic mobilization of their executive team. 

If you are considering expanding your business operations to the U.S. and need guidance on the E-2 visa process, our team is here to help. Contact us today to explore your options and take the first step towards realizing your business aspirations.