E3iG’s mission is to actualize our clients’ goals of obtaining US visas through investments in their own or third-party US companies. The spirit of all the investor-visa programs is to attract great business people and entrepreneurs so they can pursue their American dream. It is the pursuit of these dreams that has helped America grow to become a great nation. It is our passion to serve as your trusted advisor and guide throughout the entire process.
to create well paying, long term jobs
to conduct our operations to minimize our impact and be a thought leader in the industry
so we can ultimately do well for our investors and do good for the communities in which we operate
E3iG CEO Matt Gordon US Congressional Testimony
Mr. Gordon's Testimony begins at 1:15:20
Mrs. L was a Chinese national living in the US on a student visa with her small child, who was a US citizen. Her husband was in China, having been denied the issuance of his L-1 visa, even after approval of the petition by USCIS. There was no reason for the denial and even the FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) request turned up nothing. Mr. L could not travel to the US and Mrs. L. was afraid to leave the US, fearing she may not be allowed to return. The family had been separated for over two years. Mr. and Mrs. L engaged us to solve their problem.
Our solution was a several step process. Mr. and Mrs. L had previously invested in a US company and were close with the CEO. Firstly, we helped structure the business so that a subsidiary would be a viable business to serve as the basis for obtaining an E-2 visa. E-2 visas are only available to citizens of countries that have the correct type of treaty with the US. China is not one of them. To help Mr. and Mrs. L qualify he helped them obtain citizenship in Grenada through their Citizenship by Investment program. Then, Mr. and Mrs. L consummated their investment in the US company while we helped prepare their E-2 petition.
We had Mrs. L be the investor, so that her husband would not be the focus of the petition as her dependent. We spent days preparing Mrs. L for every possible interview question and she passed with flying colors. Mr. L was granted his dependent visa. After more than two years of separation, the family was together again on US soil.