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By: Layli Eskandari Deal
In June 2012, Congress passed a law which authorized E-2 Investor visa classification for Israeli nationals provided that Israel’s government would establish a similar status for U.S. citizens. After a long regulatory change process, U.S. citizens can now apply for and obtain the B-5 Israeli Investor visa. In response, the U.S. government has made available the E-2 Investor Visa to Israeli citizens. The U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv will start accepting E-2 visa applications on behalf of Israeli investors on May 1, 2019.
The E-2 Investor Visa is a temporary visa that can be used to develop, direct, or provide specialized skills to an enterprise in which the owner has invested a substantial amount of capital. To qualify for a Treaty Investor (E-2) visa:
The E-2 visa will provide a much-needed alternative visa category to Israeli entrepreneurs and Israel’s flourishing hi-tech sector.
For additional information related to this topic and for advice regarding how to navigate U.S. immigration laws, you may contact Layli Eskandari Deal of the law firm of Freeman Mathis & Gary, LLP at (770-551-2700) or firstname.lastname@example.org.