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Michaela Vrazdova Discussion Leader for Distance Learning Committee of the Rome District Chapter of AILA

A discussion leader leading a discussion

Michaela Vrazdova was a discussion leader for a CLE Event focused on E-1 & E-2 visa issues for a Distance Learning Committee of the Rome District Chapter of AILA. The panel discussed key considerations when deciding between the E1 and E2 visa, complex trade and ownership structures, and recent trends and wait times at Consulates.  

The Treaty Investor (E-2) visa category 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.    

You can find out more about the E-2 visa by clicking here

The E-1 visa is a Treaty Trader Visa and allows nationals from certain countries to live and work in the United States to engage in international trade between the U.S. and their home country.

You can find more about the E1 visa E-1 visa here. 

Ms. Vrazdova is a Senior Associate at Scott Legal and regularly processes E1 and E-2 visas. 

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