E1 Visa

PPID helps individuals and employers obtain Temporary Work Visas and Permanent Residence Green Cards. Our attorneys can help you determine eligibility for an E1 Visa.

Step into the world of E1 Visas – a gateway for foreign nationals actively involved in substantial trade between the United States and their home country. Our law firm specializes in assisting individuals from treaty countries to navigate the E-1 visa process with ease. To qualify, you must be a national of a treaty country and intend to engage in continuous and sizable international trade primarily between your home country and the U.S. This trade can encompass goods, services, international banking, insurance, technology transfer, and more.

Our experienced immigration attorneys will guide you through the intricacies of the E-1 visa, ensuring you meet all requirements for a successful application. The E-1 visa is typically granted for up to two years initially, and it can be extended in two-year increments as long as you continue to engage in qualifying trade activities.

Unlock a realm of business opportunities in the United States with the E-1 visa. Contact us today to embark on your journey towards establishing and expanding your trade relations between the U.S. and your home country.

Non-immigrant work visa programs can change, including E1 Visas. Consult a PPID attorney about your case.

For all E-1 and E-2 filings received on or after Dec. 23, 2022, USCIS may request additional documentation related to how the applicant obtained treaty country nationality to ensure compliance with the amended language. In addition, for those individuals who obtained treaty country nationality through a financial investment, USCIS may require additional documentation to show that the applicant has been domiciled in the treaty country indicated in the application for a continuous period of at least 3 years at any point before applying for E-1 or E-2 classification.

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