Detailed immigration business plans must be presented with a company’s related immigration visa application, which is the U.S. immigration for E2 Treaty investor Visa and E1 Treaty Trader Visa, L1 intracompany Transferee Visa and EB5 $1 million investor Green Card.
Immigration business plans must be well documented with five year financial projections, industry trends and market research on the company or franchise started or purchased. Additionally, a full personnel summary including a detailed job description will be required.
Well-written and effective immigration business plans will ensure that the immigration process is smooth and efficient. BusinessPlanMyWay writes plans for U.S. L-1/E-2 visa application, and EB-5 Regional Centers or European Entrepreneurs.
More specifically, your immigration business plan should address the following:
- A description of the U.S. company, as well as its products and services, and the firm’s objectives, strategies, and goals.
- A market analysis identifying the target market, prospective customer demographics, and the relative strengths and weaknesses with competing businesses.
- A side-by-side comparison of competitors’ products and services and pricing.
- A listing of required permits and licenses obtained.
- A process map depicting in words or images the enterprise’s manufacturing, production or service-delivery processes, required materials, and suppliers.
- The particulars of any executed contracts for suppliers, vendor services, and distribution channels. The firm’s intended business-development, marketing and sales strategies, including pricing, advertising, customer service, and quality assurance.
- A description of the company’s organizational and ownership structure and the relevant education and experience of its board of directors and key officers and management.
- An explanation of anticipated staffing levels, a timetable for hiring, and job description for all significant positions.
- Financial projections outlining anticipated sales, costs, income projections, and underlying economic assumption.
- A description of the source of funds used for capital investment together with proof that the funds were lawfully obtained, deposited with the U. S. company and properly applied for legitimate start-up purposes (i.e. acquisition of premises, equipment, insurance, staff, professional services, etc.)
These are suggested recommendations and differ from one company to the next.