As a non-immigrant visa, the E2 does not allow for a direct conversion to a Green Card. However, there are ways to obtain a Green Card from an E2 Visa. First, you may apply for an EB5 Visa if you invest $1,000,000 in a commercial business or at least $500,000 in a high-unemployment location in the U.S. You may also obtain a Green Card by converting your E2 through a derivative petition or family petition. Watch this short video clip to learn more about eligibility requirements of obtaining a Green Card from an E2 Visa.
If you have questions about your immigration status or need help converting your E2 Visa, speak with an experienced immigration lawyer in Phoenix. An attorney who specializes in immigration law can help you submit the appropriate documents and evidence needed to obtain a Green Card or investment visa.