E2 Visa Jordan


Jordan is one of the countries that maintains an E-2 treaty with the U.S. If you are a Jordanian national, you can apply for an  E-2 Treaty Investor Visa from Jordan and be admitted to the United States when investing a substantial amount of capital in a U.S. business. The amount of investment must be substantial in relation to the type and size of the E-2 business, so there is no set investment amount for an E-2 investment, but investment must make sense depending on type and the size of qualified E-2 business (generally $150,000 or more is accepted as minimum investment). The E-2 visa allows entrepreneurs from Jordan.

To be admitted to the US for purposes of directing and developing a US business. The US business can be a new business, or an existing profitable business in the United States. The E-2 visa investor must own at least 50% of the U.S. business. The E-2 processing time takes between 6-8 weeks when applying for an E-2 visa from Jordan. The

E-2 visa investor from Jordan applying for an E-2 visa from USA will have to re-apply again for an E-2 visa from Jordan in the event he/she plan to visit Jordan in the future, so it’s recommended that you apply for an E-2 visa for you and your family from Jordan instead of applying from the USA. The E-2 visa investor from Jordan must make sufficient profits while investing in a qualified E-2 U.S. business to be able to support his family when moving to the USA.


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