The United States government allows foreigners to apply for L-1 Intracompany visas, E-2 Treaty Investor visas, or EB-5 Immigrant Investor visas. Each of these visa applications requires a business plan.
We write this business with the same sections as the Angel Investor Business Plan and partner with an immigration expert who gives us the additional language needed to make it attractive to U.S. State Department.
Our immigrant investor business plans are 20-30 pages and have 7 parts:
- Executive Summary – includes brief company and financial overview
- Market Opportunity – discusses the problem your product or service solves, the size of the market place, and what piece of the market you intend to dominate
- Customer Attraction & Retention – the marketing plan explains how we’ll attract, convert, and retain customers
- Team/Management – we prove that your team can lead the company to its overall goals
- Competition & Competitive Advantage – includes SWOT analysis, list of top 3 competitors and your competitive advantage
- Financial Projections – shows Profit & Loss (Income) Statement, Balance Sheet, Statement of Cash Flows, and Break Even Analysis
- Payback Plan – since angel investors most likely will not receive payments on a monthly basis, you have to show them HOW they will get their money back. These are called “liquidity events.” The best business plans have multiple liquidity event options.
Note: We are NOT a contingency firm. A fixed price will be set at the time of contract signing and a retainer deposit will be requested at that time. Final payment is due upon completion of services.