Q: Hello, I am owner of company Inc in United States, but I am a citizen of Europe country Latvia. What type of VISA shoul
Hello, I am owner of company Inc in United States, but I am a citizen of Europe country Latvia. What type of VISA should I get to live and work in US and be able to bring my wife there too ? Thanks.
A: You can get an E2 visa to travel from Latvia to the United States. To evaluate you for other visas, we need more information. Please contact my office or any other competent attorney to assist with the matter.
As a citizen of Latvia you are eligible for the E-1 ( Treaty Trader) and the E-2 ( Treaty Investor) if certain requirements are fulfilled by your business enterprise in the U.S.
You should visit with an experienced and qualified immigration attorney who can assist you in formulating the best strategy for the E visa.
Good luck to you.
A: I believe that Latvia is on the treaty trader investor list. If so, then your best bet would be to apply for an E2 Visa. The E2 Visa allows you and your family members to come and live in work in the United States in definitely. You have to renew the visas every two years, and establish that the cash flow and income that is generated from your business is capable of supporting you and your family members.
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