IMMIGRATE TO AMERICA THROUGH BUSINESS ACQUISITION

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What We Do

US Immigration through Acquisition creates a systematized and clear path to allow entrepreneurs to immigrate to America through business acquisition.

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Our Approach

By partnering with foreign business owners, we are able to leverage our decades of American immigration and business experience to focus on our two corporate mandates: deliver a superior American immigration product, and structure and manage incentivized business relationships. 

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Our Mission

Buy, build, and sell small cap US companies alongside an “immigration motivated” non- US business owner. 

About

About Our Firm

US Immigration through Acquisition is a wholly owned subsidiary of EIC Technology – a leader in American Immigration, small business acquisitions, and global marketing. 

Quality Service

Achieving your immigration and business success is a series of highly personal decisions, not just a spreadsheet or a business plan. Our success is rooted in the genuine care we have for people, their lives, and the experience they have with us.

Business Partners

We partner with all our clients to ensure they achieve their immigration goals as quickly and as cost-effective as possible. We are incentivized by your success so you can trust we have our partner’s best interest at heart.

Stats

Immigration Acquisition By the Numbers

The US immigration system encourages entrepreneurs to come to America by making various visa categories available:

Number of E-2 Visas Granted Each Year

Number of L-1 Visas Granted Each Year

Number of EB-5 Visas Granted Each Year

Number of E-2 Visas Granted Each Year

Number of L-1 Visas Granted Each Year

Number of EB-5 Visas Granted Each Year

L-1 Visa

Individuals who own a foreign company abroad may qualify for a L-1 visa. The L-1 visa falls under the employment category visa and as such, there are requirements of that person when they get to America. The L-1 category has no annual quota and, in many cases, has a clear path to a permanent green card. As such, the L-1 category may be a good option for some individuals.

E-2 Visa

The E-2 visa is unlike an L1, EB-1c, or EB-5 visa in that it is a treaty-based visa. This means that to be eligible, an applicant must hold a passport from a country that has a current E-2 treaty with the United States. To find out if your passport allows you to apply for the E-2 visa, you can read the entire list of eligible treaty countries here.

E-2 Visa

The E-2 visa is unlike an L1, EB-1c, or EB-5 visa in that it is a treaty-based visa. This means that to be eligible, an applicant must hold a passport from a country that has a current E-2 treaty with the United States. To find out if your passport allows you to apply for the E-2 visa, you can read the entire list of eligible treaty countries here.

EB-5 Visa

The EB-5 program is designed to increase foreign direct investment into America’s economy. As such, there are few requirements outside of the substantial investment amount of $1,800,000 or $900,000 into a Targeted Employment Area (TEA).

The EB-5 visa is split into two categories, Regional Center EB-5 and Direct EB-5. Direct EB-5 is designed for those looking to invest in and own their own business in America.

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