Advanced E-1 and E-2 Visa Challenges - Recording (.MP3)
E visas are a challenge because application requirements can vary greatly from post to post. Our panel of experts will discuss advanced issues concerning E visas, including E-1 and E-2 company structures, uncommon sources of funds, the meaning of “substantial,” and practical tips for crafting successful applications. They also will consider how the “Buy American and Hire American” Executive Order is affecting current processing and provide tips for navigating challenging posts.
- Successful Multinational Company Structures for Small Companies
- Thinking Outside the Box: What Is Substantial Trade or Investment?
- Uncommon Sources of Funds: Venture Capital Investments, Foreign Company Investments, Retained Earnings Investments, etc.
- Strategies for Executives and Managers
- Forum Shopping: Is There a Choice of Post?
- Third-Country Processing Strategies
- Effects of Mergers and Acquisitions on E Visa Holders
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