Law360 (April 24, 2019, 7:38 PM EDT) -- The E-2 investor visa program opens up to Israelis starting next week, and attorneys anticipate the program will attract high demand among Israel's flourishing tech startup sector, which has had few reliable visa options until now.
Under the E-2 visa program, citizens of certain countries that have trade treaties with the U.S. can be conferred legal immigration status if they invest a certain amount in a U.S. business. The minimum level of investment depends on funds invested relative to the reasonable cost of the business, which varies based on industry and location.
The E-2 visa fills a major gap for Israeli...
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