E-1 and E-2 Investor Visas are open to citizens of countries with which the United States has a treaty of commerce and navigation or similar agreement. On June 10, 2019, New Zealand was added to the list of countries allowed to apply for these Investor Visas to the United States. New Zealand Added to E-1 […]Continue Reading
Investor Visas: US Immigration News
The latest US immigration news and updates about US investor visas for entrepreneurs, small business owners, and franchise owners. Individuals who wish to work in the US by starting or investing in a US business may be eligible for an E-1 or E-2 investor visa, or an L-1 business expansion visa. For more information on US Investor Visas, visit our section on US Investor and Business Visas.
An E-2 Visa is a non-immigrant visa given to those from treaty countries who are interested in investing money into a US business in exchange for a temporary stay in the United States. You can learn more about the requirements and process of obtaining a E-2 Visa here. A E-2 Visa is a faster way […]Continue Reading
The E-2 work visa has become one of the most popular American investor visa in the past few years due to the benefits and opportunities it provides. The E-2 visa is a treaty investor visa which is a non-immigrant visa reserved for foreign entrepreneurs of countries that have a Treaty of Trade and Commerce with […]Continue Reading
The United States offers exciting business opportunities to entrepreneurial individuals. The U.S. is known for being the largest consumer market and a hub of innovation. It also boasts a talented workforce and an abundance of resources. In addition, the United States is known for the competitive and robust nature of its market. Those wishing to […]Continue Reading
The U.S. Consulate in Toronto, Canada has recently implemented a new, Streamlined E-visa application process for “first time E visa applicants and applicants renewing their E visas”. What is being changed on the visa processing is the following: the Post will be receiving and reviewing E-visa applications before the applicant schedules an in-person interview. The […]Continue Reading
The Newest Visa Between US and Israel Despite the ongoing Israeli visa crisis, recently the Israeli government has finally decided that it will accept the terms and conditions of the E-2 reciprocal visa status for American investors in Israel. Both the United States of America and Israel have taken the final step on finalizing Israel […]Continue Reading
The Next Step After An E-2 Visa Denial The United States of America provides terrific opportunities for entrepreneurs to expand their business into a market of more than 300 million consumers. However, the process of obtaining an E-2 investor visa is complex and lengthy, including specific qualifications that must be met to gain entry to […]Continue Reading
What is an E1 Visa? An E1 visa allows individuals or employees of companies to enter the United States for the purpose of carrying out international trade. “Trade” may apply to the trade of goods, services, and banking. There is no set limit to the amount of trade that must take place, although greater emphasis is […]Continue Reading
Hello. My name is Danielle Grbic from visaplace.com. I’m here today to discuss with you what to expect during your E-2 visa interview that is scheduled at a US consulate across Canada. Many of our clients ask us what to expect, how to prepare and what would be the possible outcomes of an E-2 visa interview? […]Continue Reading
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