Did you know that the dependent spouse and children of an E-2 Treaty Investor do not need to have the same nationality. The spouse and children qualify for E-2 derivative visas even are citizens of a country with no E treaty with the U.S. While our client is a Romanian citizen, she and her family resides in Italy. Due to the longer wait times in Rome, we advised our client to file their E2 applications at the US Embassy in Bucharest, Romania.
Looking for an US immigration lawyer? Request free consultation at Davies & Associates or find our closest location around the world.
This article has been written by Verdie J. Atienza, Esq., Senior Immigration Attorney, Head of E-2 and L-1 Visas Practice Team at Davies & Associates, New York Office.
Verdie J. Atienza is a Senior Attorney in charge of the firm’s L-1 and E-2 visa practice. He is a dual qualified lawyer in New York and in the Philippines and is qualified to practice immigration law in any state in the United States.