Treaty trader applicants must meet stringent requirements to qualify for a treaty trader
E-1 visa under U.S. immigration law. Usually a senior consular officer will determine whether a treaty trader applicant qualifies for a visa.
The main requirements include the following:
Applicant possesses nationality of a treaty country
The employing firm possesses the nationality of the treaty country.
There must be substantial trade between the company based in the Treaty company and the U.S.
What Can Our Law Firm Do For You?
The law firm has over ten years experience in representing clients in the complete visa/immigration process from initial consultation through to issuance of visas/immigration status by the US governmental immigration authorities. We have experienced success in several cases and are proud of our track record. Because of the complexity of the process, it is essential to first determine whether we feel that you qualify for this visa. In specific in terms of the E-1 visa we need to assess amongst other factors, whether the applicant company can establish sufficient trade with the U.S.A. to be defined as a “Treaty Trader” organization. Please contact us so that we can help you determine whether this visa category is the best one for you. If we feel you qualify and you instruct us to represent you then we can promptly initiate your immigration application.