Scott Legal Hosting Free Webinar on E-1 Visa Requirements

By November 30, 2020December 17th, 2020E-1 Visa, News

Scott Legal are hosting a free Zoom Webinar on E-1 visa requirements. An E-1 Visa is often an overlooked visa. This visa is available to nationals of certain countries that engage in trade with the U.S. This seminar will go over the E-1 visa requirements including:

  • What is an E-1 Visa? (The E-1 requirements explained)
  • What is Trade?
  • How much Trade is enough?
  • Other Trade considerations
  • How to apply for an E-1 visa
  • E-1 Visa developments and adjudication Trends
  • E-1 Visa, business plan, employee and entity considerations
  • Common reasons for E-1 denials
  • What it takes to renew an E-1

Our expert panel will also leave time for questions and answers. The Webinar will be held on January 28, 2021 at 3 PM EST. If you are interested in registering for the Webinar, please click here.

You can set up a consultation by clicking the link below.

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E-1 Visa Guide

We are happy to offer our E-1 visa guide that describes the E-1 visa requirements, renewal considerations and other advise to assist with your E-1 visa application.  You can access our E-1 visa Service Page with several E-1 visa videos and articles by clicking here.

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