Ian E. Scott will be a speaker on the E-2 panel at the National American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) Conference in Orlando this June. Mr. Scott will sit on a panel with 3 other E-2 visa experts and will speak on number of E-1 and E-2 visa topics.
AILA is the largest immigration organization in the world with over 15,000 lawyers as members. The AILA conference takes place over a 3-day period and thousands of lawyers attend. AILA selects presenters based on a reputation for excellence in the subject mater area and a demonstrated commitment to sharing important knowledge. This is the second year Mr. Scott has been selected to speak on this topic.
The Treaty Trader (E-1) and Treaty Investor (E-2) visa categories allow nationals of countries with which the United States maintains a special treaty to be admitted to the United States when investing in a U.S. entity or engaging in international trade. As other visa categories grow increasingly restrictive, the E-1/E-2 can be a great option for those that qualify.
You can find out more about the E-2 visa by clicking here.
My fellow Panelists and I will provide an overview of the E-1 and E-2 visa categories and discuss general E Visa qualifications and the E-2 Visa application process.
Specific topics will include:
- General Qualifications of the (E-1) Treaty Trader and (E-2) Treaty Investor
- What are the E-2 visa requirements?
- How long can an E-2 visa be issued for?
- Can an E-2 visa investment be from a gift or loan?
- Who Can Apply for an E-1/E-2: Nationality and Existing Treaties
- What are the E-2 employee qualifying positions? What is an E-2 employee and how do you qualify?
- Overview of the E-2 Application Process
- Can I apply for an E-2 visa in the U.S. or should I apply for an E-2 visa at a Consulate?
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Ian E. Scott, Esq. is the Founder of Scott Legal, P.C. He can be reached at 212-223-2964 or by email at email@example.com.
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