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Some questions about E2 visa

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1. I read at the following link that, 'The applicant will likely be asked to show the U.S. consulate evidence of eventual plans to leave the United States.' http://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/e-2-visa-treaty-investors-the-us-do-you-qualify.html

And I read here that, '

  • Evidence of the applicant’s ongoing residency in the UK (including, as appropriate, a copy of the current lease or mortgage for the applicant’s primary residence in the UK; the applicant’s most recent UK pay stub;'


What kind of evidence would be accepted? Do you have to have owners your own home to be able to get an E2 visa? What if you haven't and don't own a property in your home country but have been renting? What evidence could you supply?



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2. I also read at the above link that you need, "A resume or curriculum vitae of the principal applicant"

Why is this and what if years ago there was a gap in working during to raising a child? Would that be a problem?

It also says, 

"A copy of educational certificates, diplomas and/or transcripts"

What if you can't get access to early school certificates because you originally come from another country in Europe and it was a long time ago that you attended and you wouldn't know how to get such certificates, or even it were possible to get access to them? 

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