Last month, we covered the basics of the E-1 Treaty Trader Visa and the E-2 Treaty Investor Visa. Read below to learn more about how each one may be helpful.
E-1 Treaty Trader Visa
Applying for a non-immigrant visa is much simpler than applying for a green card. The E-1 Treaty Trader Visa is a non-immigrant visa but is renewable for an unlimited number of terms, so this visa offers many opportunities for individuals or companies from more than 50 countries who do business with companies in the United States. Employees and family members may also qualify for a visa to live in the U.S. through the Treaty Trader Program. Click here to learn more.
E-2 Treaty Investor Visa
The non-immigrant E-2 Treaty Investor Visa, in particular, enables individuals or companies from certain countries to obtain visas and invest in the United States. This visa type is for foreign nationals of more than 80 countries with a treaty of friendship, navigation, or commerce with the U.S. Employees and family members may also qualify for a visa to live in the U.S. through the Treaty Investor Program. Click here to learn more.