Quick OverviewThe E-1 Treaty Trader Work Visa allows foreign nationals of a country with which the United States has a commercial treaty to come to the United States to engage in substantial trade between the U.S. and the applicant's home country. The E-1 Treaty Trader Work Visa Application Guide includes general information, eligibility requirements and additional information regarding spouses of E-1 Visa holders. Download the E-1 Treaty Trader Work Visa Application Guide and start your application today!
- Overview of Contents
- Overview of the E-1 Treaty Trader Work Visa Application Process
- E-1 Treaty Trader Work Visa Eligibility
- Application Procedures for E-1 Treaty Trader Work Visa
- Drawbacks and Benefits of E-1 Treaty Trader Work Visa
- List of Required Documents for E-1 Treaty Trader Work Visa
- List of eligible nationalities
- Photo Requirements
- How to apply for a dependent visa for spouse and children
- Information on Visa Filing Fees
- Learn how to prepare yourself for the Visa Interview
- Learn what to do if your application is denied
- Extension and renewal information
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) for U.S. visas
- List of USCIS Offices in the United States
- List of U.S. Embassies and Consulates abroad
- All required immigration forms are included
About E-1 Treaty Trader Work Visas:
- It must be an international exchange of items between the United States and a treaty country which is successfully negotiated contracts binding on all parties.
- The E1 Treaty Trader applicant must be coming to the US for substantial trade or to direct and develop the operations of a commercial trade enterprise with the applicant's country of nationality.
- E-1 visas have no quota restrictions. Spouses of E-1 Visa holders are also eligible to accept employment in the US.
- E-1 Visa holders are usually admitted for a 2 year time period (and extensions can easily be obtained)