My answer to E2 visa: how can a software company put their investment “at risk”?
Answer by Raad Ahmed:
One requirement for an E-2 visa is that the applicant’s funds must be committed and “at risk” by beginning to invest in the new company. “At risk” requires the invested assets to be subject to risk of loss. The “at risk” amount are expenses already made, but can also include “irrevocable commitments” like a lease.
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