PROCEDURES: E category

After receiving all the documents (see Documents section) from the enterprise, a skillful immigration attorney will carefully prepare the E petition package for submission to the USCIS (formerly known as the INS). Once the E petition package is mailed to the appropriate USCIS Service Center, the USCIS has three choices; it can approve the petition, it can deny the petition, or it can request additional evidence.

For more information on the E-1, E-2 categrary, please click one of the following links:
What are E-1 and E-2?
What are the detailed requirements?
What are the application procedures?
What kind of information is needed for E-1 and E-2 applications?






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