SUPPORT DOCUMENTATION FOR E VISA APPLICATION
- Certificate and Articles of Incorporation of U.S. company;
- Stock certificates for all issued and outstanding shares of U.S. company;
- Organization chart of world-wide corporate organization, showing each company's name, country of location and ownership, with cover letter from overall parent company (see attached sample);
- Current annual report or audited financial statement for U.S. company (or, if a new company, a formal business plan);
- Current annual report or audited financial statement for foreign company;
- Lease or deed for business premises of U.S. company;
- Any available promotional pamphlets and brochures which describe the U.S. and foreign companies and their various products, services, etc.; and
- Evidence that the investor has made an commitment of funds to the U.S., including bank statements, contracts for purchase of goods and/or services, pictures of new enterprise, etc.
B. INDIVIDUAL (Foreign national seeking E- 2 visa status):
- Completed Immigration Questionnaire and E-1/E- 2 Addendum (KC forms);
- Photocopies of individual's passport and those of his immediate family members who will accompany him to the United States ;
- If individual is himself an investor in the U.S. enterprise, photocopies of personal financial statement, foreign income tax return, etc.;
- Individual's resume, curriculum vitae, etc.;
- Photocopies of individual's university or trade school diplomas and certificates, and course transcripts, if available;
- Photocopies of individual's professional licenses, professional society membership certificates or cards, etc.; and
- Detailed description of individual's proposed job duties and responsibilities in the United States.
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