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Investor & Special (E Visas)

E category visas serve a number of purposes of demonstrated benefit to the United States, including expressions of gratitude for being colleagues in America’s overseas missions.  

Miranda & Weisman is ready to assist with your E category visa, and especially able to understand the issues and urgencies of your EB-5 Immigrant Investor Visa application.   

The United States is greatly benefitted by foreign investors willing to take risk as entrepreneurs and bring capital to the United States.  These investments create jobs for thousands of American citizens and foment development in both rural and urban centers in every State, and in a wide variety of industries. 

The EB-5 is intended to foment capital investment by foreign investors in new commercial enterprises in the United States that create jobs.  The applicant investor’s spouse and unmarried children under the age of 21 may also be admitted on a two-year conditional period.  Conditions may later be removed from an investor, a spouse and children’s Green Card status.  As a lawful permanent resident (Green Card holders), a spouse and children will be authorized later to work or attend school in the U.S.

Here are a few details about the other E category visas with which we can assist you.   

(E1): Priority Workers.  Priority Workers receive 28.6 percent of the yearly worldwide limit of employment-based immigrant visas. There are three sub-groups within this category:

(E2): Professionals Holding Advanced Degrees; Persons of Exceptional Ability:  Professionals in this category receive 28.6 percent of the yearly worldwide limit of employment-based immigrant visas. There are two subgroups within this category:

(E3): Skilled Workers, Professionals, and Unskilled Workers (Other Workers)

Workers in this category receive 28.6 percent of the yearly worldwide limit of employment-based immigrant visas. There are three subgroups within this category:

(E4): Certain Special Immigrants:  Special Immigrants receive 7.1 percent of the yearly worldwide limit of employment-based immigrant visas. There are many subgroups within this category: