EB-5, E-1, E-2, L, and H1-B Immigrant and Non-Immigrant Visa Business Plans
Business plans are formally written and carefully executed documents that represent the facts, strategic direction, business definitions, intent and integrity that entrepreneurs and executive managers utilize in the creation of businesses. Professional plans require an external business professional to assess complex information, provide relevant additional research, and craft both information and research into an organized, formal proposal that speaks directly to its audience.
In the case of business plans used in conjunction with immigrant-investor or non-immigrant visas, the primary audience for whom the plan is written is the Department of Homeland Security (or various U.S. embassies). Therefore, the business plans that Robert Reincke writes not only contain standard criteria, such as analysis of strategic directions and business development and implementation details, but also satisfy DHS/CIS standards. In all cases, the plans written by Mr. Reincke are unique to each client while maintaining the vital categorical information that the DHS/CIS requires.
Robert Reincke, MBA and Author, is a business writing expert of the highest caliber, with 22 years of professional writing experience. For the past seven years Robert has become a known specialist in the area of investor-immigration business plans, including those used for Treaty Trader/Investor (E1/E2) and Immigrant Investor visas (EB-5), as well as L and some H1-B visas. Mr. Reincke is the originator of immigration business plans, having made them available on a focused, specialized basis since immigration requirements became stricter due to the tragic events of 911. Since then he has worked only with clients who are represented by an immigration attorney.
Two of Robert's articles you may wish to reference:
In addition to Robert's current and prior business-plan-writing experience, Robert has worked with and for large and small businesses, developing an acute understanding of complex and varied business situations. To complement his experience and dedication, he has taught Business Practices to artists at Otis College of Art and Design and business plan writing at Los Angeles City College. In addition to business writing, Robert has completed two books including a biographical novel of his family's immigration to New York in mid-last century. He is also the co-owner of an indpendent publishing company.
Robert prices his business plans based upon hourly costs associated with the time required for Robert to interview the client, obtain vital information, write the plan, and obtain and adjust for feedback on behalf of the client and attorney. Robert's pricing is realistic compared with other professional business-plan writers with equal experience. Details of this pricing can be found at "About" and "Remuneration" on this website.