B, not really because it requires NON-immigrant intent. But an E or L are possible. Remember for those the money has to be your money, not divided up between partners, per se. Usually attorneys do not take cases of E visas for less than a $150,000 investment because they do not want to risk losing the case and having an upset client because the client has to have the money already invested and at risk and if it is denied, they have to try to sell the business or something to try to recoup their investment.
Here is a link to the E-2 if you want to read more:
If you own a business outside of the U.S. for more than 1 year and will continue to run that business, you can invest $150,000 or more in a U.S. business (doesn't have to be the same business, but must be related by ownership) and you can try for an L-1A visa. Here is a link to that, but keep in mind that both businesses have to be run and should be successful. You can't just come to the U.S. and forget about the business outside and let it die:
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