E-2 Job Creation


Unlike the EB-5 visa, there is no job creation requirement for the E-2 Visa. However, as the E-2 investor, you still have to show that you can generate more income than required for basic living expenses in the US.

Job creation is a factor when determining whether your E-2 investment was substantial. You should show how the number of full-time employees has increased over the time of your investment.

To prove that you have employees, you can show your company’s I-9 filings and payroll records. Your employment of part-time or seasonal workers might be deemed insufficient for a “significant economic contribution.”

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