These children may have acquired citizenship through their American parents, however citizenship rules have changed throughout the years. So I advise you to consult an emigration attorney so they can tell you whether your child has in fact acquired citizenship.
The difference between an E-1 and an E-2 is that in the E-1, you are trading goods and services between the US and the treaty country. However, in the E-2, the applicant is making a substantial investment in the US, in an existing business or a new business.
Depending on the type or work visa your applying to, most likely your employer, along with you will have to file immigration forms to the US CIS Center or … For example, if you are Canadian citizen you can apply at the port of entry. That’s why I would strongly advise that you contact… Read More »
An E-1 Visa, also called the Treaty Trader Visa. It’s a visa issued to foreign nationals from treaty nations to work in the U.S. and perform international trade in goods and services.
Depending on the treaty country, the e-visas are issued between three or five years.
An E-2 Visa, also known as the Treaty Investors Visa, is Visas assigned for people who are interested in establishing a new business in the U.S. or purchasing an existing business in the U.S. However, the applicant must be a holder of the treaty country. For example, Canadians are allowed to apply for an… Read More »
It all depends on what you mean by “Working in the U.S.”. With a B1, you are allowed to enter temporarily in the U.S. to meet clients, potential clients, negotiate a contract or in lieu of an E1/E2.
A petition is a formal request to the government. For example, an I-130 petition would be a request for your family member to immigrate to the US based on the family connection.
If you are married to a US citizen, you will become a US permanent resident first. However, you will be able to apply for US citizenship once you’ve been a US permanent resident for at least three years. If you meet those requirements, you will be eligible to apply for US citizenship.
A visa is a document that is affixed to a passport, which indicates that that person can enter, leave, or stay in the United States for a specified period.