WINNING BIG ON INVESTOR E2 VISA WAIVER APPROVAL AGAINST CANNABIS ARREST: THE LOIGICA WAY

Posted by Harry Tapias on October 30, 2015

A Spanish executive with substantial South Florida real estate holdings came to #LOIGICA after being refused an #E2 Visa for Treaty Investors. As a 19-year-old college freshman, the individual was arrested for possession of less than 20 grams of cannabis drug paraphernalia.

E2 visas are ideal for foreign investors that intend to build a business in the US, employee locals, but who ultimately plan to return to their home country.

Despite, his job creating investments in the US, the misdemeanor presented a huge barrier in the investor’s ability to continue growing his business. LOIGICA successfully argued that the investor’s business interests greatly served the US economy, and that his honorable character supported by years of business and community relationships clearly demonstrated he was eligible for an E2 visa. A big win for the South Florida economy, the investor and LOIGICA P.A.

Topics: E2Visa, Immigration Law, InvestorVisa