An important thing to know is that your regular business plan is not the same as an E2 business plan – so there has to be an updated plan for you to submit.
Since you will be submitting this to the USCIS officers, you must show that you meet the eligible requirements needed. Things that your E2 business plan must be composed of are:
1. Funding Information, Marketing
You must provide and prove how you will fund the business which will aid civilians with work. You must list evidence of the source of funds, sale of assets, savings, employment income, financial statements, etc. Proving that you are financially able to fund/continue funding a business should be your goal. It is also crucial you explain how you will approach the US business market – make it clear on what you will tap into. Include a flow diagram which shows the origin for the fundings/money.
Your application must be credible as it is what the embassy and government want. List all your skill sets and your strengths. Afterwards, write about your experience as a businessperson and present any old companies you had worked with. Having experience makes you a reliable candidate to continue and or produce a business in the United States.
Nationality plays a crucial factor in whether or not you will be granted an E2 Visa or not. There is a requirement for nationality as the E2 Visa is only available to those who have a nationality of a country that has signed the treaty of friendship with the United States of America. Those who are of nationality of the accepted countries are REQUIRED to own at least 50% of the business/company.
Remember that a traditional business plan is designed to attract investors and lenders – E2 business plans are made to qualify and be eligible for the Visa Granted by the United States of America. There are certain specifications and entries that must be listed in an E2 plan that don’t require to be written on a traditional business plan.