Midland E-1 Visa Lawyer
An E-1 Treaty Trader visa allows foreign nationals to carry on substantial trade to and from the United States. You may have the right to obtain an E-1 visa under agreements the U.S. has with your home country, but the process can be confusing and time-consuming.
At BBA Immigration, our Midland E-1 Visa lawyers provide the trusted legal guidance you need. We get creative in finding solutions to immigration challenges, helping you get the best possible results in your case. Contact our office and request a consultation today.
We Have Decades of Experience Obtaining E-1 Visas For Clients
The United States maintains a treaty of commerce and navigation with numerous other nations. If you are a citizen of a covered country, you may have the right to obtain an E-1 Treaty Trader visa allowing you to buy or sell goods in the U.S.
At BBA Immigration, we have decades’ worth of combined experience helping clients obtain E-1 visas. Our Midland E-1 immigration lawyer can review your case and advise you on U.S. Citizens and Immigration Services (USCIS) requirements These include:
- You must be from a country that currently has a qualifying international agreement or has been deemed a qualifying control through federal law;
- You must carry on a substantial amount of trade;
- You must carry out trade principally between the U.S. and a country that qualifies for E-1 status under international trade agreements.
Items of trade that qualify under an E-1 visa include goods, services, insurance, international banking, technology, transportation, and tourism.
How Do I Obtain An E-1 Visa?
Obtaining an E-1 Treaty Trader visa involves dealing with USCIS, the U.S. Department of State, and the Department of Labor. To help ensure your E-1 application is approved and that you obtain your visa in the least amount of time possible, get our Midland E-1 immigration lawyers on your side.
You can count on BBA Immigration to represent you in dealings with federal officials and to think outside the box in resolving any issues that arise. The following are basic steps you will need to take to obtain an E-1 visa:
- Complete and submit a Nonimmigrant Visa Application and a Nonimmigrant Treaty Trader / Investor Application;
- Provide copies of your passport and proof of one year trading experience;
- Provide articles of incorporation, partnership agreements, or other documents showing establishment of a business in the U.S.;
- Provide proof that you are authorized to buy or sell in other qualifying countries;
- Attend biometrics appointments and attend an immigration interview.
An E-1 visa is generally issued for a five year period, after which you may request two-year extensions. You may also bring your spouse and any children you have with you to the U.S.
Request A Consultation With Our Midland E-1 Immigration Lawyers
To find out more about obtaining an E-1 visa, reach out to BBA Immigration. We provide the experienced, trusted legal guidance you need. Call or contact our Midland E-1 immigration lawyers online and request a consultation today.