As of February 1, 2011 the filing procedure for E-2 and E-1 visas has completely changed.
The Non-Immigrant Visa unit at the U.S. Consulate General in Toronto will be implementing a new appointment system for individuals applying for treaty investor and trader visas. As a result, applicants for this visa category will need to complete their online visa application form (DS-160), pay required visa fees, and schedule an appointment online prior to submitting the completed E1 or E2 visa application and supporting materials to the Consulate. Appointments are made through http://canada.usvisa-info.com/,
For more information and details on filing instructions, please refer to the U.S. Consulate website.
E-2 Visas are for those wishing to invest in a business in the US and work in that business.
For more information about E-2 Visas go here
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