PDF files are accepted Files should be no larger than 3MB Can send application via multiple emails or attachments Receive confirmation of receipt of application from the E visa unit. The E visa unit will contact you when your application review is complete, you can then schedule an interview. Preparing the E Visa Application The maximum size of any E visa application is 80 40 double-sided pages. Oversized applications are not accepted. Do not include brochures, photographs, or business plans that do not contribute to the value of your application. The E visa unit evaluates dozens of applications a month.
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When the US signs a treaty with a country, the US is generally open to conducting business with that country. As a result, the US generally makes treaty visas available to residents of countries with which there are signed treaties and agreements.
The E-1 visa is for nationals who do significant international trade with the United States while the E-2 visa is appropriate for those who have made significant investment in the US. Together, these two forms constitute an application for the E1 or E2 visa. It is important to download the latest form and to follow the directions carefully, as any mistakes on this for can delay your visa. Immigration Form DSE is three pages long and must be filled out completely, accurately, and truthfully.
There is no filing fee for Form DSE. That is, they must complete information about the business name, address, and details about the type of business involved.
Applicants must also provide details about the financial earnings and profits of the business using immigration form DS E.
Part two of Form DS E requires applicants to detail information about business employees. Part three of DS E requires applicants to fill out personal information about themselves, including identifying information, name of US employer, and career information.
U.S. Department of State
Learn everything about Form DS 156E, E-1 and E-2 Visas