Are the E Visa types the most appropriate for the goal of your visit to the US?
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The E Visas are a separate type of nonimmigrant visa which are predestined to assure business owners, managers or employees with the possibility to spend extended periods of time in the US in order to supervise or work for a business involved in trading between a foreign country and the United States which is also a significant investment in the US.
Note, that only citizens of treaty countries are eligible for the E visa type. There are three types of E-Visas, being classified into E-1 – Treaty Traders, and E-2 – Treaty Investors, and E-3.
The E-1 visa is aimed to authorize foreign nationals who are visiting the United States exclusively to conduct substantial trade operations between the country they are representing and the US, in case between the two countries a treaty of commerce is signed.
The E-2 Treaty Investors classification regards foreign nationals who need to spend time in the US to manage and develop the operations of a business in which these particular persons have invested capital or are implicated in the process of investing a significant amount of capital, in case the United States has a commercial treaty with the one represented by the foreign nationals.
The E-3 visa is designed for professional Australian citizens that have a job offer for a specialty position from a US employer. Besides Australian citizenship, specialty occupation and job offer, the applicant is required to have a Labor Condition Application.
Although initially E Visas permit a stay of only two years, it may be prolonged with 2 year increments indefinitely. Contact us if you need advice with your E-1, E-2 or E-3 visa types. Call us at (410)978 7007 now.
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For any questions you have regarding the treaty countries, eligibility, and the E Visa category suitability to your particular case, do not hesitate to contact your US immigration attorney.