E1 Visa Business Plans

An E1 visa is a temporary work visa for treaty traders and certain employees of qualifying organizations to come to the US to engage in international trade.

Typical types of trade include that of goods, services, banking, insurance, tourism, transport and technology, and the visa is normally issued to key managerial and specialist employees.

H1B Visa Business Plans

The H1B visa permits a foreign national to work in the United States for a temporary period up to six years. It is available for offers of employment that are in a specialty occupation.

To qualify, the foreign professional must hold a bachelor’s or higher degree from an accredited college or university in the specialty occupation.

O1 Visa Business Plans

The O-1 nonimmigrant visa is for the individual who possesses extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education, business, or athletics, or who has a demonstrated record of extraordinary achievement in the motion picture or television industry and has been recognized nationally or internationally for their achievements.

NIW Visa Business Plans

The National Interest Waiver Green Card application (EB-2 NIW) has clear advantages. As there is no statutory or regulatory definition of the term “national interest”, USCIS relies on a 1998 Administrative Appeals Office precedent decision, evaluating each application on a case by case basis.

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The Top 5 Most Common Mistakes that Lead to USCIS Rejection or RFE

Obtaining an E-2, L-1 or EB-5 business visa to live and work in the US requires careful planning and a lot of hard work. One of the most crucial documents that go with your visa petition is your visa business plan. It has to be well researched, professionally written and very convincing. Even minor errors, omissions and inconsistencies can result in the denial of your visa. In our experience, clients that come to us hoping to resolve a Request For Evidence (RFE), or looking to apply again following a denial, generally made one of these 5 most mistakes in their initial visa business plans. At Joorney, our writers have learned from the mistakes of others, and we have compiled this list of the top 5 mistakes most commonly made that lead to USCIS rejection or RFE.

1. Business description:

The immigration officer reviewing your business visa application wants to ensure that you are investing your money in a solid, legitimate and viable business. Therefore, your business description should give a detailed and positive picture of your business. The reasons many applications are rejected or receive RFEs include descriptions written hastily, processes not defined clearly, suppliers not clearly identified and business models that are not shown to be sustainable.

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Business Plan Faq

How many people work for Joorney? What languages can you accommodate?

How many people work for Joorney? What languages can you accommodate?

We employ 3 Senior Consultants, 5 Project Managers, 12 Business Plan Writers, 2 Proofreaders and 1 Designer. Each project will be assigned: 1 Consultant, 1 Project Manager, 1 Writer, 1 Proofreader and 1 Designer. We speak English, Spanish, and French and can accommodate Chinese, Russian and Portuguese clients

How many Business Plans have you written so far?

How many Business Plans have you written so far?

We are proud to announce we have written more than 1,000 business plans.

What is your turnaround time? (i.e. When will I get the business plan?)

What is your turnaround time? (i.e. When will I get the business plan?)

Delivery of the 1st Draft is:

  • 7-10 Business days for E2 and L1 visa business plans
  • 10-30 days depending on the type of other business plans your requested

RUSH SERVICE

  • We can provide a Rush Service in 3-5 business days for an extra fee for E2 and L1 business plans
  • Custom Rush Service fee and deadline can be arranged for other business plan projects.

*All deadlines are calculated based  on the day we receive the full information requested in our questionnaire.

What happens if I have to make changes/edits to the 1st draft?

What happens if I have to make changes/edits to the 1st draft?

  • Unlimited revisions are included in the pricing for visa business plans
  • Limited to 2 sets of revisions for other business plan projects

How long is a typical business plan? Are there limits to the number of pages you will provide?

How long is a typical business plan? Are there limits to the number of pages you will provide?

Joorney: Our Business plans are usually:

  • 25-30 pages for E2/E1 (We can also accommodate a shorter E2 or E1 – 10-15 pages, as per some embassies requirements)
  • 35-40 pages for L1
  • 40-60 pages for EB5
  • 20-30 pages for Market Research Plan
  • 30-40 pages for a Feasibility Analysis
  • 30-40 pages for an SBA/Bank Loan Business Plan
  • 30-60 pages for an Investor Business Plan
  • Investor/Landlord presentations are created in Powerpoint, and comprise about 20-30 Slides of information.

What are the payment terms?

What are the payment terms?

We usually get paid upfront with a full payment for a smoother process; especially dealing with international clientele that is not always available to process payments when the time comes to send a first draft. If needed, we can accommodate two separate payments; one at contract signature and one before delivery of 1st draft.

What type of file will my Business Plan come in?

What type of file will my Business Plan come in?

We always draft and go through our revision process using Word documents. When the business plan is completed, we will design the document and provide you with the final version in a Word (.DOCX) File in addition to a .PDF file.

Does Joorney carry out market research for clients at no additional cost?

Does Joorney carry out market research for clients at no additional cost?

All of our Business Plans include an Industry Analysis, Market Analysis, and Competition Analysis corresponding to the details provided by the client.

I wrote my own business plan but I am not sure if it will work for immigration services, or if it is good enough to submit with an application. Can you help me with that?

I wrote my own business plan but I am not sure if it will work for immigration services, or if it is good enough to submit with an application. Can you help me with that?

We provide a Business Plan Diagnosis, in which we review the existing Business Plan and come back in less than 48h with our recommendations. http://www.joorney.com/business-plan-diagnosis/