U.S. Business E-Visa Renewal Strategies:
E2 Visa Renewals in Mexico
E2 Visa Renewal Strategies – Renewal in Mexico May Be Possible
What do we mean by ‘third country’?
In this case, ‘third country’ means a country that is not the country of origin for the visa holder. And it also means a country that is not the United States (which issued the visa).
Third Country U.S. E-Visa Renewals
Third country e-visa renewal is a a strategy that allows non-citizens to renew their business visas in a country that is different from the country that issued the visa.
A common scenario would be a European National that has a U.S. E2 Visa in his or her passport. When it is close to the time to renew the E2 Visa – the visa holder could return to their home country in Europe for renewal.
Alternate Option: Renew the E2 Visa in Mexico.
E Visa Renewal in Mexico – Convenient and Close
Mexico is close to the United States. Travel distance to Mexico is much closer than, for example, returning to a European country.
Also, Mexico has authorized the ability for Third Country Nationals to process this type of visa renewal in Mexico.
There is one requirement to keep in mind: The visa renewed in Mexico cannot be for a different type of visa. If you were issued an E2 Visa in the U.S. – then only that E2 visa can be renewed in Mexico.
Most business visa renewals for Third Country Nationals can be done in Mexico. Exceptions: B1/B2 or H2 visa renewals cannot be done in Mexico.
If you are interested or need more information regarding 3rd Country National E-Visa Renewal in Mexico – please reach out to VERDIN lawyers.
Third Country Nationals* residing in the United States may apply to renew a visa in any category (except B1/B2 or H2.) The applicant must apply to renew in the same visa category and cannot apply in a different category.
The following applicants may apply at the U.S. Embassy in Mexico City or the U.S. Consulates in Ciudad Juarez, Guadalajara, Hermosillo, Matamoros, Monterrey, Nogales, Nuevo Laredo, or Tijuana:
- Third Country National (TCN): A Third Country National is a citizen of a country other than Mexico who applies for a non-immigrant visa with their Non-Mexican passport.
E2 Visa Business Planning – VERDIN Business and Investor Group
VERDIN provides international clients strategic advice on starting and operating a new venture to secure immigration benefits. We address preliminary business planning to include business modeling, legal entity selection, business plan preparation and revision; and business document preparation for incorporations and owner agreements.
We are experienced in handling complex E2 investor cases.
We routinely deal with US Citizenship and Immigration Services, US embassies and consulates around the world to help our clients achieve their investor visas. We develop strategies to effectively navigate the statutory and regulatory requirements. Equally important, we stay informed on changes related to policies and procedures affecting our client’s investor cases.
In addition, we assist E2 designated businesses petition for foreign employees with special qualifications that are essential for the business.
E2 Visa Questions? Please Contact VERDIN Law
Isaul VERDIN has extensive experience advising multinational companies and entrepreneurs on complex US immigration matters involving investments.
Mr. VERDIN focuses on advising companies on structuring entities, acquisitions, and strategic expansion to satisfy US immigration E-1, E2, L1A, L1B, or EB-1 objectives in a variety of fields. These business opportunities include real estate, aviation, technology, manufacturing, retail, luxury goods, and professional services. Additionally, he litigates deportation defense matters throughout the US.
VERDIN boasts a combined 70 years of experience in immigration law. Since its inception, VERDIN has gained a reputation for prevailing in even the most complicated immigration matters.
“As a Board Certified, Immigration Lawyer (Texas Board of Legal Specialization) with over 17 years of experience, my passion is immigration law. We will listen to your concerns, answer all your questions, and expertly guide you through your immigration process.” ~ Isaul VERDIN, Founder and Managing Attorney
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