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This video discusses how you set about renewing your E1 visa and how many times this E1 visa can be renewed. If you’d like a free consultation to discuss this topic further please call 310 496 4292 today.

Part 7 – E1 Visas – Renewals

Welcome to the Law Offices of Chris M. Ingram. We are delighted that you have joined us for Part 7 in our video presentation series on the E1 Treaty Trader visa. In this presentation we’ll discuss E1 visa renewals. Ok – lets get started.

How many times an E1 visa can be renewed comes under what is called the Doctrine of Reciprocity. In layman’s terms it simply refers to what the countries have individually agreed with the US as to how long each E1 visa can be issued for and secondly how many times the E1 visa can be renewed.

Not all countries have the same reciprocity periods so it’s very important that you check the terms for your country. Here is a full breakdown of the reciprocity terms for your kind perusal.

 

                                             E1 Visa Trading Countries

Country

Treaty Date

Max Term

Renewals

 

Argentina

October 20th 1994

60 Months

Unlimited

Australia

December 16th 1991

48 Months

Unlimited

Austria

May 27th 1931

60 Months

Unlimited

 

Belgium

October 3rd 1963

60 Months

Unlimited

Bolivia

June 6th 2001

60 Months

Unlimited

Bosnia and Herzegovina

November 15th 1882

12 Months

Unlimited

Brunei

July 11th 1853

60 Months

Unlimited

 

Canada

January 1st 1993

60 Months

Unlimited

Chile

January 1st 2004

60 Months

Unlimited

Colombia

June 10th 1848

60 Months

Unlimited

Costa Rica

May 26th 1852

60 Months

Unlimited

Croatia

November 15th 1882

60 Months

Unlimited

                                       

Denmark

December 10th 2008

60 Months

Unlimited

Estonia

February 16th 1997

60 Months

Unlimited

Ethiopia

October 8th 1953

6 Months

Unlimited

Finland

December 1st 1992

24 Months

Unlimited

France

December 21st 1960

60 Months

Unlimited

Germany

July 14th 1956

60 Months

Unlimited

Greece

October 13th 1954

60 Months

Unlimited

*Nationals From Countries Marked in Red Should Consider the EB5 as a Better Option

 

Honduras

July 19th 1928

60 Months

Unlimited

Ireland

November 18th 1992

60 Months

Unlimited

Israel

April 3rd 1954

60 Months

Unlimited

Italy

July 26th 1949

60 Months

Unlimited

Japan

October 30th 1953

60 Months

Unlimited

Jordan

December 17th 2001

3 Months

ONE

Korea South

November 7th 1957

60 Months

Unlimited

Kosovo

November 15th 1882

12 Months

Unlimited

 

Netherlands

December 5th 1957

60 Months

Unlimited

Norway

January 18th 1928

6 Months

Unlimited

Oman

June 11 1960

60 Months

Unlimited

 

Latvia
December 26th 1996
60 Months
Unlimited
Liberia
November 21st 1939
12 Months
Unlimited
Luxembourg
March 28th 1963
60 Months
Unlimited
Macedonia

(Former Yugoslav)
November 15th 1882
60 Months
Unlimited
Mexico
January 1st 1994
12 Months
Unlimited
Montenegro
November 15th 1882
12 Months
Unlimited

Pakistan

February 12 1961

60 Months

Unlimited

Paraguay

March 7th 1860

60 Months

Unlimited

Philippines

September 6th 1955

60 Months

Unlimited

Poland

August 6th 1994

12 Months

Unlimited

                                            

Serbia

November 15th 1882

12 Months

Unlimited

Singapore

January 1st 2004

24 Months

Unlimited

Slovenia

January 1st 1993

60 Months

Unlimited

Spain

April 14th 1903

60 Months

Unlimited

Suriname

February 10th 1963

60 Months

Unlimited

Sweden

February 20th 1992

24 Months

Unlimited

Switzerland

November 8th 1855

48 Months

Unlimited

 

Taiwan

November 30th 1948

60 Months

Unlimited

Thailand

June 8th 1968

6 Months

Unlimited

Togo

February 5th 1967

36 Months

Unlimited

Turkey

May 18th 1990

60 Months

Unlimited

United Kingdom

July 3rd 1815

60 Months

Unlimited

Yugoslavia

November 15th 1882

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In the next presentation we’ve put together a great E1 visa summary for you. Thank you for joining us and we hope you enjoyed this E1 visa presentation.

 

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