Business Plans & Professional Plans for Immigration
The USCIS commonly request a business plan, a professional plan, or both when issuing RFEs (Request For Evidence RFE) in response to employment-based visa petitions.
A immigration professional plan provides an overview of a petitioner's background and endeavor as it relates to the visa they are applying for. An immigration business plan describes how a business will be launched and the role played by the portioner within the business.
ProfVal is the provider of the best Expert Opinion Letters (EOL) available. Each EOL is highly customized to the needs of our clients based on their credentials and the requirements of their visa.
Resume, Career Services, Academic Transcript Evaluations
Clients may need academic transcript evaluations for degrees earned outside of the U.S. or may request that our team review support letters provided by references. Resume and career services can help you find your dream job or develop a market approach.
Professional Plans for Immigration
A Professional Plan from ProfVal details a petitioner's credentials as they relate to the endeavor, the importance of the endeavor based on its impact on the United States, and why the petitioner is uniquely positioned to succeed.
Please review our free Professional Plan template that we provide on our blog.
Business Plans for Immigration
A Business Plan from ProfVal includes much of the content within a professional plan, but also describes your business using a proprietary approach aligned to the requirements of the visa you are applying for.
Sections typically include: executive summary, company description, company ownership, description of the product or services, a proprietary market analysis, an analysis of the market segments addressed, analysis of the national importance of your endeavor, the company's competitive edge, marketing summary, management summary (with an emphasis on your contributions), a discussion of your credentials related to the EB-2, financial projections (including a proforma financial statement and an impact assessment).
A business plan can either include a pro forma statement that we create, which requires a separate onboarding form (about 2 hours). Some clients may choose to save money by creating their own financial statement based on a rubric like this one which we modified to create our pro forma approach.