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The investor must:
- Have invested, or be in the process of investing, a substantial amount of capital (usually $100,000, but maybe $80,000 or more) in a U.S. company, either by purchasing an established company or establishing a new one (the investor must place capital, including funds and/or other assets, at commercial risk with the goal of making a profit; risk means subject to partial or total loss if the investment fails); the company must be a commercial enterprise that produces services or goods;
- Becoming to the U.S. to develop and direct the company (50% + ownership or managerial position giving operational control); and
- Show that the investment funds were directly obtained from a lawful source (e.g. earned, inherited, etc.).
- Visa is for two years, and can be indefinitely renewed in two-year increments, as long as the company is in operation; and
- Spouse and unmarried children under 21 can obtain dependent E-2 status.