In regards ***** ***** to the Consulate
in December 2015.
I did a change of status with uscis a few months ago and at this point, I am turning over my facility i have rented. Even though I have already signed the lease and taken possession, I have not actually started taking sales. Since summers are usually slower for fitness studios (we run a fitness studio), we were going to have our official grand opening in September when we have our full schedule of classes running.
My question is, should we choose to only start taking sales in September to ensure our revenue/profit looks Really good vs. if we start taking some sales during the summer while we are still setting up our class schedule for September (there has been people who want to rent it but I know there won’t be a lot of revenue coming from rentals during the summer) so question is set up our acctg books to start taking sales in July or in September?
This is all tied to us going back to our home country and we have to apply to the Consulate to get the visa and I heard they are more strict than uscis. How much will they care on the amount of sales we have been doing in the opening months and since the summers are always slow, would it be better to choose to only start taking sales in September when we know the foot traffic will be a lot better than starting the books in July? So for the Consulate officer they will see Scenario 1 vs Scenario 2. Which is better? What do they care about in regards ***** ***** vs profit vs costs? Also, we already will have one part time employee.
Scenario 1: July: facility still renovating, not open yet/ Aug: facility not open yet/ Sept $2000 rev/ Oct $2500 rev/ Nov $3000 rev/ Dec $3000 rev
Scenario 2: July $100 rev/ Aug $100rev/ Sept $2000 rev/ Oct $2500 rev/ Nov $3000 rev/ Dec $3000 rev