San Diego, CA (PRWEB) March 17, 2015
In the first quarter of 2015, OGS Capital has experienced a significant increase in E1, E2, and L1 business and investor related immigration visas. Business plans are required for visa petition and must present an expert business case for approval.
OGS Capital, a company with expertise in business plan development and investor relations, reports a significant increase in the number of business plans prepared as documentation for trade treaty, intra-company transfer, and investor visa petitions. As of the middle of March, 2015, the company has experienced a 35% increase in the number of requests for business plans developed to meet E1, E2, and L1 visa petition requirements.
The OGS Capital statistics reflect continuing upwards trends in visa applications reported by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (UCIS) and the U.S. State Department. Per the last officially reported UCIS statistics for the period 2009 and 2013, the number of E treaty trader and immigrant investor visas increased by 45% and L Intra-company Transferee Visas by 13%. The EB5 immigrant investor visas (fifth preference) issued by the U.S. State Department in 2014 totaled 10,692 compared to 8,564 visas issued in 2013.
OGS Capital assists clients petitioning for business-related visas in the following categories:
- E1 Treaty Trader Visa – non-immigrant treaty traders petitioning based on a bilateral treat of commerce between the applicant’s country and the U.S.
- E2 Treaty Investor Visa – non-immigrant treaty investors interested in directing business operations that will be developed with a substantial capital investment in the U.S.
- L1 Intra-company Transferee Visa – foreign companies in need of a non-immigrant visa in order to send an executive or manager, or someone with specialized knowledge, to the U.S. to open or manage an office
- EB5 Immigrant Investor Visa – entrepreneurs needing an immigrant employment-based visa to live permanently in the U.S. in order to develop and manage a new U.S. based business enterprise
The U.S. government is encouraging foreign trade and treaty investors for the purpose of stimulating the economy through capital investment and job creation. Entrepreneurs can start a new business or rescue a business in trouble. “In 2015, OGS Capital has already assisted 150 traders and investors with a potential economic impact of $75m on the U.S. economy. The upward trend in foreign investments in the U.S. economy will accelerate as the global economy continues to struggle to find solid footing,” says Alex Silensky, Founder and CEO of OGS Capital.
OGS Capital has industry-leading experience in business plan development for E and L trade and investor visa petitions. The quality of the business plan is a major determinant for visa petition approval by the UCIS and the State Department. It is critical for foreign entrepreneurs and investors to consult with professionals who have a high level of experience in successfully developing customized, high quality business plans. OGS Capital has written more than 4,000 non-template business plans for entrepreneurs across industries, and has business professionals with proven experience in writing immigration visa business plans. Offices are located in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia, delivering services in 30 countries.
For more information or to submit an online contact form, please visit https://www.ogscapital.com/.