E-1 Visa - Treaty Trader

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E-1 Visa – Treaty Trader

Are you looking to obtain an E-1 visa so you can engage in trading activities within the United States? If so, you’ve come to the right place, and our firm is here to help. Lightman Law Firm has significant experience handling E-1 visa matters on behalf of our clients, and we are ready to put this experience to work for you. When it comes to your livelihood, don’t make the mistake of hiring an attorney who doesn’t understand the various intricacies of employment immigration law; simply contact us today so your case is in good hands from the start.

What is the E-1 Treaty Trader Visa?

This visa allows businesspersons who are citizens of countries that have entered into trade treaties with the United States to more easily engage in international trading activities within the United States as long as they plan on either individually engaging in substantial trade with the U.S. or they work for an organization that does substantial trade with the United States.

Do I Qualify for an E-1 Treaty Trader Visa?

To qualify for this visa, the E-1 treaty trader must conduct over 50% of its international trade with the United States, and, as mentioned above, the trade must be substantial.

Substantial trade is defined as:

  1. A continuous flow of international trade between the United States and the treaty country;
  2. Numerous transactions over time;
  3. The income from international transactions must be sufficient enough to support the treaty trader and his or her family; and
  4. Proof of the trade, which may be all or some of the following: bills of lading, customer receipts, letters of credit, insurance papers documenting commodities imported, purchase orders, trade brochures, courier inventories, and sales contracts.

If you believe you meet these criteria, we are here to assist you.

Contact an E-1 Treaty Trader Visa Lawyer

For many, obtaining an E-1 visa can pave the way to a more successful business and a better life. E-1 visas are also great in that they typically mutually benefit both foreign nationals and business owners here in the United States. That said, if you believe you qualify, you shouldn’t hesitate to reach out to an experienced employment immigration lawyer. Our firm can help ensure you qualify and that you properly fill out and submit all the necessary documentation to receive your visa. Contact Lightman Law Firm today to schedule your initial consultation with our competent and seasoned legal team.

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