The investor, either a person, partnership or corporate entity, must have the citizenship of a treaty country. Bangladeshi nationals are qualified for this category of visa due to the treaty/business relationship with the U.S.
If a business, at least 50 percent of the business must be owned by persons with the treaty country’s nationality.
The investment must be substantial, with investment funds (recommended amount is minimum $100,000 and over) or assets committed and irrevocable. It must be sufficient to ensure the successful operation of the enterprise.
The investment must be a real operating enterprise, an active commercial or entrepreneurial undertaking. A paper organization, speculative or idle investment does not qualify. Uncommitted funds in a bank account or similar security are not considered an investment.
It must generate significantly more income than just to provide a living to you and family, or it must have a significant economic impact in the United States.
You must have control of the funds, and the investment must be at risk in the commercial sense. Loans secured with the assets of the investment enterprise are not allowed.
You must be coming to the United States to develop and direct the enterprise. If you are not the principal investor, you must be considered an essential employee, employed in a supervisory, executive, or highly specialized skill capacity. Ordinary skilled and unskilled workers do not qualify.