Trading and Investors visas

Dedicated support to traders and investors in the U.S. multinational companies and Groups

We do mind your business!

Our agency has strong immigration law expertise for trading and investor visas. Companies and Groups seeking new opportunities to export business in the U.S., as well as entrepreneurs or investors, might find in these kind of visas the solution for their business development. Policies and immigration rules have become more complex in the latest years. Projects and ideas have much more chances of success if they are lead with the right Legal advice and Business strategy.

Applying for a visa is not a formality. It is a costly, time consuming and precise process. At Docs USA we strive for the optimum business project outcome within the framework of the law. It is of the utmost importance to have an expert guidance while planning to start, develop a business or manage personnel transfers to the U.S.

Docs USA provides a full service for business start-up. Our focus is to build the case in order to make personal and business goals of our clients become a reality. We have a wide range of customers and a strong case history that enables us to understand the best way to build your project.

Quick overview on Treaty Trader Visa and E-2 Investor Visas

Treaty Trader (E-1) and Treaty Investor (E-2) visas are for citizens of countries with which the United States maintains treaties of commerce. Applicants must be coming to the United States to engage in substantial trade in qualifying activities, principally between the United States and the treaty country (E-1), or to develop and direct the operations of an enterprise in which the applicant or the foreign company has invested a substantial amount of capital (E-2), or to work in the enterprise as an executive, supervisor, or essentially skilled employee.

NOTE: On April 18, 2017, the President signed the Executive Order on Buy American, Hire American, intended to create higher wages and employment rates for workers in the United States, and to protect their economic interests. The goal of E.O. 13788 is to protect the interests of United States workers in the administration of our immigration system, including through the prevention of fraud or abuse. You must also remember that the basis of this classification lies in treaties which were entered into to enhance or facilitate economic and commercial interaction between the United States and the treaty country.