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United States Treaty Trader Visa (E1 Visa)

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E1 Treaty Trader Visa General Information: The E1 Treaty Trader Visa allows foreign nationals of a country with which the United States has a commercial treaty to come to the United States to engage in trade of a substantial nature between the United States and the applicant's country of nationality. The trade involved must be an international exchange (successfully negotiated contracts binding on all parties) of items between the United States and a treaty country.

E1 Treaty Trader Visa Eligibility Requirements: The applicant must be coming to the United States to carry out substantial trade or to develop and direct the operations of an enterprise that has commercial trade with the applicant's country of nationality.

Additional Information about the E1 Treaty Trader Visa: There are no quota restrictions for E1 visas. Spouses of E1 Visa holders are also eligible to accept employment in the United States. E1 Visa holders are generally admitted for a period of 2 years and extensions can be easily obtained.






CLICK HERE to download the E1 Work Visa Application. Instructions and Application Forms Included.

The E1 Treaty Trader Visa Application Guide:

  • E1 Treaty Trader visa overview
  • E1 Visa requirements
  • Benefits and drawbacks
  • Visa eligibility information
  • How to complete the E1 Treaty Trader Visa application forms
  • E1 Treaty Trader Visa Extension information
  • Document checklist
  • List of all USCIS (formerly INS) offices nationwide
  • List of United States embassies and consulates
  • FREE E1 Treaty Trader Visa Application Forms


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