MasterPlans develops business plans to meet the requirements of a variety of immigration visas.
MasterPlans wants your visa to be granted—on these plans, that is our ultimate goal. We have created 1,000+ different E-2 and L-1A visa business plans, along with over one hundred EB-5 direct investment plans and a wide range of Regional Center-based investment projects. MasterPlans conducts in-house training sessions on the latest USCIS criteria for these visa types to ensure that our plans fulfill exactly what your attorney is seeking for the petition. Finally, we stand by our work—if you get a Request for Evidence (RFE) back from the immigration adjudicator, we will handle the edits for free.
MasterPlans has helped my E-2 and EB-5 investor visa clients prepare outstanding business plans, which contributed significantly to their visa approvals. I have great confidence in the quality of their work product and highly recommend them based on my experience. They are consummate professionals and an absolute pleasure to work with.
I have been working with MasterPlans for the last five years. They have always taken great care of my clients and saved a lot of time for me in reviewing their business plans as they do a great job from the start. When I refer my clients to MasterPlans, I know the result will be a fast and solid business plan and a satisfied client.
I want to thank the entire MasterPlans team for their wonderful work on my clients' visa cases, two of which (L-1 petitions) were recently approved back-to-back. It has been a pleasure working with MasterPlans and I look forward to many more successful projects with them in the coming years.
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Work Her Way by Carolyn Kepcher Carolyn Kepcher of The Apprentice fame has used MasterPlans on two occasions.
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