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Welcome to the Business Immigration Resources Page! We provide helpful information on business immigration matters from experienced immigration professionals. In addition, this page offers a wide range of insights, including immigration visas, application requirements, and more resources.

We recognize that navigating immigration law can be challenging, but we hope this information will help provide you with advice for your particular situation. Joorney Business Plans is not a law firm nor an immigration consulting firm. All information provided on this page should not be considered legal advice or any advice or recommendation on any immigration application program. Please consult an immigration attorney for precise information.

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Isaul Verdin

Verdin Law

Mr. Isaul Verdin is a Texas Board Certified Immigration Lawyer, proudly heading his specialist boutique law firm: Verdin. With over two decades of federal trial experience and expertise testifying in criminal cases and state bar grievances, Mr. Verdin also served as Special Assistant United States Attorney for the prosecution of federal crimes. Additionally, he provides comprehensive immigration solutions to international employers, investors, startups, plus individuals & families. Each receiving custom-crafted plans to maximize results from 22+ years of legal experience.

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Do I need to secure a physical office for my E-2 visa?

There are many factors to consider when applying for an E-2 visa, and one of the most important is having a physical office space. In this video, immigration lawyer Isaul Verdin will explain everything you need to know about securing an office space for your E-2 visa.

What is the marginality requirement and when should I hire employees for the E-2 visa?

If you’re looking to start a business in the United States, you’ll need to know about the marginality requirements. This video, Immigration lawyer Isaul Verdin will explain what that is and when you should consider hiring employees.

How much should I invest for my E-2 visa?

Depending on your specific situation, the requirements needed for an E-2 visa can vary greatly. In this informative video,Immigration lawyer Isaul Verdin will discuss the eligibility requirements and investment amount needed for an E-2 visa. 

Angie Rupert

Angie Rupert

Rupert Law

Angie Rupert, the founder of Los Angeles-based law firm Rupert Law Group and specialist in E2 investor visas, is a beacon of knowledge and professionalism in her field. With an impressive history that includes assisting clients from all over the world with their visa applications, plus always insisting on frequent communication for unparalleled client service.
Committed to growth for companies across industries from legal to finance, Rupert Law has provided digital & traditional strategies ranging from start-ups up to $100 million revenue entities.

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What are the basic eligibility requirements?

This video will help you understand the basic eligibility requirements for the E2 visa. Angie Rubert explains the types of requirements needed in your immigration process to be seen as an eligible applicant, and find out if you fit into one of those categories. 

How much is the minimum investment?

The E2 visa is a great option for entrepreneurs looking to get started in the United States. If you’re interested in learning more about the E2 visa, be sure to contact  immigration lawyer Angie Rubert. The Law Firm will be able to help you understand your options and guide you through the process.

What is the process of the E2 and how long does it take?

The E2 visa is a popular business immigration visa. In this video,  immigration lawyer Angie Rubert explains everything you need to know about the E2 visa application process. 

If you’re thinking of starting a business in the United States, make sure to watch this video!

Morella Salazar

Morella Salazar

Salazar Dager Immigration Law

Morella Salazar Dager is a expert in the field of immigration and nationality law. With 14 years of experience representing entrepreneurs, investors, families, and individuals from around the globe – all creating vibrant lives for themselves here in the US – Morella’s dedication to her clients knows no bounds. Thanks to fluency in both Spanish and English, she has been able to bridge communication between cultures and help countless people unlock their full potential with visa applications, labor certifications, or family petitions.

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At what point do I need a business plan? 

If you’re starting a business, you’ll need to create a business plan sooner or later. In this video, Immigration lawyer Morella Salazar explains at what point in the process you should start working on your business plan.

Can this visa be renewed? 

This is an essential topic for those who are in the United States on a visa and want to stay in the country longer. In this video, Morella Salazar answers a question about renewing a visa. 


Do I need a background aligned with the business I am starting? 

Starting a business takes a lot of hard work, dedication, and planning. However, you can still be successful with the right help. In this video, Morella Salazar discusses the importance of having a background aligned with your business and offers tips for finding success.

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