America is widely regarded to be a land of opportunities. Many entrepreneurs dream of immigrating to the US so that they can pursue their business goals in the country. Unfortunately, not many of them have an idea about the legal channels that they need to follow so that their operations can be above board. Miami based businessman, Danilo Diaz Granados recently shared his sentiments about ways through which entrepreneurs can go to America.
Mr. Danilo Diaz Granados points out that there are several alternatives for foreign investors. The first one is seeking an immigrant visa EB-5 that requires them to invest 1 million dollars in the US. If one intends to start a business in a rural community, he or she needs to invest at least 500,000 dollars. The second option is to apply for a Visa EB-2. More often than less, this document is regarded as an employment visa. However, one doesn’t need to have an employer to qualify for this visa. All that is needed is an advanced degree, or an outstanding ability within a chosen field of expertise.
Another option is the Treaty Investor Visa E-2, which requires prospective immigrants to invest 100,000 dollars or more in the US. In addition, he or she must be a citizen of a country that belongs to the Investors’ Treaty. Visa 0.1 is an alternative meant for individuals who have exceptional business or technological skills that are of benefit to the American population. However, such individuals must have an American employer to sponsor them.
About Danilo Diaz Granados
Mr. Granados is a renowned financial expert and entrepreneur. His brainchild, TOYS for BOYS is one of Miami’s most prominent luxury boutiques. Before venturing into business, Danilo was a senior employee at Fireman Capital Partners and Private Equity Investing. His role at the two firms was to offer advice pertaining to international stock values, energy efficiency, real estate, and hedge funds. Currently, CrunchBase tells us he is a high-ranking executive at Movilway, a global telecommunications company. Mr. Granados graduated from the famed Babson College.