E-2 Visa Filing Procedure to change at the Toronto Consulate

E-2 Visa Changes at the US Consulate in Toronto

As of February 1, 2011 the filing procedure for E-2 and E-1 visas has completely changed.

The Non-Immigrant Visa unit at the U.S. Consulate General in Toronto will be implementing a new appointment system for individuals applying for treaty investor and trader visas. As a result, applicants for this visa category will need to complete their online visa application form (DS-160), pay required visa fees, and schedule an appointment online prior to submitting the completed E1 or E2 visa application and supporting materials to the Consulate. Appointments are made through http://canada.usvisa-info.com/,

For more information and details on filing instructions, please refer to the U.S. Consulate website.

E-2 Visas are for those wishing to invest in a business in the US and work in that business.

For more information about E-2 Visas go here

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About Michael Niren

Michael is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. He is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Bar Association’s Citizenship and Immigration Section and the American Bar Association. He is frequently called upon to appear in the media to discuss Canadian and US immigration issues effecting North Americans. He has been interviewed by Canada AM, CTV, Canada News Net, the Globe and Mail and the Toronto Star and has given lectures on immigration topics overseas.

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