E-1 TREATY TRADER VISA
E-2 TREATY TADER VISA
The E-1 Visa is for individuals from qualifying countries that are interested in doing business or trade in the United States.
Applicants must meet specific requirements to qualify for an E-1 Treaty Trader visa:
Must be a national of a Treaty Country.
The trading firm for which you are coming to the U.S. must have the nationality of the treaty country.
More than 50 percent of the international trade involved must be between the U.S. and your home country.
You Must Be Employed In a Supervisory or Executive Capacity, or Possess Specialized Skills
The E-2 Visa is for individuals looking to invest a substantial amount in the United States. A Treaty Investor Applicant must have no intentions of living in the United States permanently. The investor must be a company or national of a Treaty Country.
The L-1 visa is for executives, managers, or specialized knowledge employees. It enables a US employer to transfer an executive, manager, or specialized knowledge employee from a qualifying foreign entity to a US entity.
In order to qualify applicants must:
Have worked in the qualifying organization for at least 12 continuous months within the last three years leading up to transfer in an executive, managerial or specialized knowledge capacity.
Have specialized knowledge based on employment with a foreign employer that will be used in the U.S.
Bosnia and Herzegovina E-1
Bosnia and Herzegovina E-2
China (Taiwan) E-1
China (Taiwan) E-2
Congo (Brazzaville) E-2
Congo (Kinshasa) E-2
Costa Rica E-1
Costa Rica E-2
Czech Republic E-2
Korea (South) E-1
Korea (South) E-2
Slovak Republic E-2
Sri Lanka E-2
Trinidad & Tobago E-2
United Kingdom E-1
United Kingdom E-2