E visas are for traders and investors from countries that have a treaty of trade and commerce with the United States. E visas do not have a maximum time limit, and those who possess them may travel outside the country and receive an automatic two-year period of stay in the United States upon their readmission.
At Rifkin and Fox-Isicoff, P.A., our attorneys assist foreign nationals obtain E classification by ensuring they fulfill all terms and conditions of the visa, processing the petition, and submitting supporting documentation. We work with clients located in the U.S. or abroad who are interested in the opportunities an E visa presents. We also provide assistance to the spouses and unmarried children (less than 21 years old) of E-1 and E-2 visa holders seeking E-1 or E-2 dependent classification.
Foreign nationals from treaty countries can come to the United States for the sole purpose of trading if they possess an E-1 visa. They must conduct substantial trade between their own country and the United States and intend to continue this trade even after they receive their E-1 visa. Their business may include ongoing transactions involving:
E-2 visas are given to foreign nationals from treaty countries who have made — or have irrevocably committed the funds to make — an investment in a United States business that would generate employment for U.S. workers. Treaty investors and their treaty national employees are eligible to apply for E-2 visas.
Contact Rifkin and Fox-Isicoff, P.A. today
With offices in Miami, Orlando and Lima, Peru, the team members of Rifkin and Fox-Isicoff, P.A. are ideally positioned to assist temporary workers applying for nonimmigrant visas. Our law firm has the skill, attentive nature and dedication needed to successfully see your case through from the moment your consultation begins until its ultimate resolution. Reach out to our offices online, or call us at (305) 371-2777 in Miami or at (407) 425-8472 in Orlando or in Lima, Peru at 011-51-987727855.
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