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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.
If you would like to learn more about investor visas, it is in your best interest to reach out to our firm today. Our skilled and dedicated E-1 & E-2 investor visa attorneys in Milwaukee, WI are prepared to help you through the process of obtaining one. Contact us today.… Read More
Our firm understands how stressful the naturalization process is for our clients. There is nothing more that we want to see than our clients become United States citizens. Reach out to our Milwaukee, WI naturalization lawyers today to learn more about how we can help. How do I become a… Read More
Once again, migrants who would like to enter the United States will need to stay in Mexico while waiting for immigration hearings, as the Biden administration has agreed to comply with a court order and accept conditions set out by Mexico for continuing the Trump-era policy. Do not hesitate to… Read More
To learn more about what you can and cannot do while your green card is pending in the United States, continue reading and speak with an experienced Milwaukee, WI green card attorney today. Can I move while my green card case is still pending with the USCIS? If you are… Read More