Immigration Visa Business Plans
Without question, our immigration visa business plans are the most USCIS-compliant, investor-attractive, professional ones compared to others in the same price range. All of our consistently due-diligent immigration business plans are recognized and accepted well by the USCIS.
Immigration Plan Services
Pricing and professional, investor-attractive presentation are what sets us apart from vendors of similar plans. We offer exceptional work at an affordable price.
Years of experience writing immigration business plans and economic studies in every conceivable industry is coupled with the knowledge that our work reflects what the USCIS is looking for in a plan and what they want covered.
The USCIS likes us and it is easy to see why: Our plans are due-diligent, comprehensive and created according to USCIS guidelines.
Hallmarks of our plans include sophisticated market research, transparent financials and demonstration of how your project impacts your target market. Our work reflects a thorough understanding of what your plan should contain to attract investors and receive USCIS approval.
AAO Adopted Decision PM-602-0177
Beneficiary's Qualifying Relationship with Foreign Employer
On May 5, 2020, the AAO issued an adopted decision in the matter of MATTER OF F-M- CO., PM-602-0177. This decision clarifies that for first preference multinational executives or managers, a petitioner must have a qualifying relationship with the beneficiary’s foreign employer at the time the petition is filed and must maintain that relationship until the petition is adjudicated. Matter of F-M- Co. also clarifies that in the event a corporate restructuring affecting the foreign entity occurs prior to the filing of the petition, a petitioner may establish that the beneficiary’s qualifying foreign employer continues to exist and do business through a valid successor entity. Download the full text here. Find more AAO Decisions here.
POLICY ALERT - Clarifying Guidance for Deployment of Capital in Employment-Based Fifth Preference (EB-5) Category
The Immigration and Nationality Act makes visas available to qualified aliens who will
contribute to the economic growth of the United States by investing in US businesses and creating jobs for US workers. An alien investor must sustain his or her investment at risk throughout the 2-year period of conditional permanent residence to be eligible for removal of conditions on their permanent resident status. USCIS published a Policy Manual update on June 14, 2017, which addressed further deployment of an investor’s capital to meet the capital at risk requirement. USCIS now offers clarifying guidance on maintaining eligibility through further deployment.
These clarifications apply to all Form I-526 and I-829 petitions pending on or after [date of
publication]. USCIS considered potential impacts to petitioners and determined that such impacts, if any, would be minimal because this is merely a clarification of continuing eligibility requirements.
RFE and NOID Specialists
You have spent a lot of time and money on your visa application, only to get an RFE (Request for Evidence).
Don't let your investment go down the drain...
Time, detail and diligence are of the essence here. No question can remain unanswered, no issue unexplained. Our methodology is to provide a point-by-point response--an approach appreciated by the USCIS. Read More Here!
For a free evaluation of your RFE/NOID (sample free RFE Analysis), send your notice (firstname.lastname@example.org). Or, just request a proposal for your notice. The proposals are based on our $35 an hour rate.https://immigrationplanexperts.com/requests-for-evidence/
Because of the DHS relaxation of I-9 requirements for remote hires, we have partnered with WorkBright to offer a new, completely remote I-9 onboarding process. This fully-compliant process allows agents to complete the entire process, including section 2, remotely.
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