As capital has become increasingly fluid across international borders, individual and corporate foreign investors have struggled with traditional employment-based immigration options to move talent into the United States. For companies located within the jurisdiction of the United States' traditional trade partners, the E-2 visa category offers an efficient and low cost option to move existing talent from the investing entity into the United States to oversee the investment or deliver the company's services. In this course, Fragomen attorney Josiah Curtis addresses the intricacies of the E-2 visa category.
I. Understand the legal criteria for E-2 sponsorship
II. Identify the process for preparing and filing applications for both initial E-2 registrations
III. Recognize subsequent applications to renew this registration
This course is pre-approved for CLE credit in the following states. If your state is not listed, contact support for more information on how to receive credit
Josiah joined Fragomen in 2011 as a law clerk, and has been an Associate since 2012. He works with clients on all facets of the complex immigration process, including PERM labor certification filings, various permanent residence petitions and related applications, and preparation of nonimmigrant petitions for a number of visa categories including H-1B, L-1, O-1, TN, J-1, E-2, and E-3. Josiah has worked with a number of clients, including Fortune 500 companies, small businesses, startups, nonprofit organizations, and individuals. Josiah represents clients across a broad range of industries, including information technology services, healthcare, finance and banking, manufacturing, and global mobility firms.
Josiah is the primary representative of Doctors Without Borders for U.S. inbound matters. He has worked with the Political Asylum/Immigration Representation Project (“PAIR”) to acquire green cards for intending immigrants seeking asylum. He also assisted with the preparation of Haitian Temporary Protected Status cases.
Well done, well presented, clear, informative
The course was good
good introduction. I was looking for something with more in depth practice tips
Good course, with good info on E-2. It provided some overview info, and some nuanced insights, also.
Well done and the Speaker was excellent and very knowledgeable .
This particular lawyer/presenter was a lot more conversational and easy to follow than some of the others who speak too rigidly.
Excellent, highly informative, very relevant
Very knowledegable instructor
please ask presenter to follow-up presentation w/refresher course for 2017
This hour concentrates on the procedures of E2.
a good one
excellent and informatie
This was a very thorough and engaging discussion that flowed very smoothly.
presenter really knew and conveyed applicable law; very good
Well prepared and well presented course. Because of the detailed written material, it was unnecessary to take many notes.
Excellent and informative course that was well presented.
great presentation with good tips
Great, succinct presentation
Very well done
Speaker was excellent, well organized, tells you what you need to know
This is outside of my practice area so I don't know a lot about this - I thought the presenter was clear and thorough though.
Interesting. I do not practice immigration law but work with multinationals. This will help me tremendously.
Very interesting and helpful