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It is a way for a foreign national to be self-employed in the US and has several advantages for family. For example, it can allow a spouse to obtain a work authorization.
There are E1 and E2 visas; An E1 is a treaty trader visa, and an E2 is a treaty investor visa.
With these visas, you either have to have an investment set up or actively seek to invest in the United States. This will allow you to obtain E-visa status which allows you to work here as well as to travel and make money here.
Many people enter the United States and become citizens on the basis of marriage to a United States citizen every year. These visas are known as K-1 visas. That being said, to stay in the United States, you will have to abide by the terms of your K-1 visa, and… Read More
Over the last year, the coronavirus pandemic has largely altered the way we live our lives. Unfortunately, this remains true for immigration processes. For many, biometrics appointments have been delayed for months now, and as a result, they are wondering what the future holds in regards to their future citizenship.… Read More
If you are an employer who is looking to do business here in the United States, there is a very good chance that you are now looking into obtaining an investor visa, or a treaty visa. Please continue reading and speak with our Wisconsin immigration attorney to learn more about… Read More
Earlier this year, the CARES Act was signed into legislation, providing millions of Americans with a one-time stimulus payment. For many, this was a much-needed break, albeit insufficient for many. However, unfortunately, not everyone in the United States qualified for these payments. Now, the government is issuing another round of… Read More