Franchises for the E-2 Visa
At Visa Franchise, we have supported over 300 families around the world find businesses mainly for the E-2 visa. We have seen franchises as the best option for most of our clients who prioritize business longevity and consistency over short-term profits. For seasoned investors, a franchise investment could be a great way to diversify one’s portfolio. Franchises generate up to $2.3 trillion for the U.S. economy and provide employment for over 21 million people. These types of businesses are continuing to grow around the globe and offer a good return to their investors. No matter what industry one may choose to enter, a franchise business offers a proven way to gain returns on a good business model.
Rate of Success
When investing in a new business, it’s important to be aware of the risks involved. Investors should always make sure the investment capital brings them a good return through success and profitability, especially if their visa is dependent on the business. Franchises offer more stability and a better chance of success than investing in start-up companies. Although an average 90% of start-ups end up failing, franchises appear to offer a better success rate. Franchises also have seen to keep to the same level of success no matter what their size. However, investments of $150,000 and up are shown to deliver a larger level of probability and better success rates.
One of the biggest reasons that franchises show a higher level of profitability than most start-ups is the strength of brand recognition. Franchises have the advantage of a proven identity and previous track record. The record of a larger business limits the risks for gaining new customers. Because of the uniformity between other branches of the same business, customers have learned what to expect from the same brand at a different location. Customers expect to receive the same quality and services, no matter the location.
E-2 investors reduce their risk through a franchise by taking part in a business that is already part of a larger, established company. The brand takes a proactive step in ensuring that the franchises keep to a certain standard that will keep up with the different changes in the industry and will steer towards competitiveness.
One of the biggest advantages of a franchise is that its part of a larger business which has an established structure supporting the investors efforts. A large corporation will ensure the success of its brand by supporting new investors with the tools and resources they will need to be successful. This includes materials for employee training, special equipment, promotional materials such as planning and marketing tools. On the contrary, E-2 investors who try to open their own company could face difficulties establishing their business and brand in the U.S. market.
It is important for each of the branches of the brand to remain profitable. Because of this, they work directly with the investor to ensure their success. An investor will be able to have more security when a larger business is guiding the franchise’s success and providing important support. For an E-2 investor who decides to invest in a franchise, this opportunity could pave the way for a much brighter future in the United States.
Who Is Visa Franchise
Visa Franchise is the leading advisor for identifying and analyzing U.S. businesses for the E2 visa
At Visa Franchise, our goal is to simplify the process for entrepreneurs to reside legally in the U.S. We do this by analyzing the best businesses for our clients and their families based on their own unique profile.
We understand each entrepreneur’s investment goals, desired location, and industries of interest, among a variety of important factors, in order to find the best U.S. business opportunities for them and their family. We coordinate with their immigration and corporate attorneys to ensure their U.S. immigration and investment objectives are met. Although most of our clients apply for the E2 visa, a licensed U.S. immigration lawyer should be consulted to understand the best investor or employment visa for each person’s case.
We have advised 300+ entrepreneurs from over 50 countries around the world achieve their dream of owning a business and moving to the U.S.
Note: It is always advised to consult with a licensed immigration attorney regarding immigration matters