India –US Talks Could Open Doors for E-Work Visa for Indian Nationals” by UNITED NEWS OF INDIA (Sangeeta Sharma)

New Delhi, April 10 (UNI) US Immigration Attorney David Nachman who is presently in India said that an E-1/E-2 visa will soon be implemented for India.

David said that the recent trade discussions between the United States and India have hinted at a potential trade treaty that could open avenues for Indian nationals to apply for E-1 and E-2 treaty work visas.

These visas, known as Treaty Trader (E-1) and Treaty Investor (E-2) visas, are designed for citizens of countries with which the United States maintains business treaties.

This development could significantly alter the landscape for Indian professionals seeking work opportunities in the U.S., providing an alternative to the complex and often challenging H-1B work visa route, David said.

He further stated that the E-1 visa caters to individuals engaged in substantial trade activities between the United States and their home country, such as India.

On the other hand, the E-2 visa targets investors looking to develop and manage enterprises in which they’ve made significant capital investments.

Of these, the E-2 visa stands out as a promising option, particularly for entrepreneurs, startup founders, and those seeking to purchase existing businesses in the U.S.

David is the Managing Attorney with the US law firm Nachman, Phulwani, Zimovcak (NPZ) Law Group in New Jersey USA. He is a regular visitor to India to educate the immigration strategies of aspiring immigrants.

David Landed in New Delhi and he is on April 6 travelled to Ahmadabad Gujarat. His 14-day itinerary includes a visit to Rajkot on April 9 and a visit to Jam Nagar on April 10. He will be in Surat from April 12 to 13 followed by Visit to Kalol Mehsana.

David said that the US immigration law processes are very time-consuming and complex and require a great deal of patience. We conduct educational conferences to educate people on the policies of US immigration.  

The people often get swayed by the promises made by the fake agents and fall into the trap of illegal migration processes whereas there are many legal options available to the aspiring people.

David said there are options for attaining a temporary visa, green card, asylum, and U.S. citizenship. The US immigration attorneys have no language barriers. The law Firm has a team of professionals, who assist people by speaking in their language, be it Gujarati, Marathi, Bengali, Punjabi, Hindi or any other NPZ Law Firm caters to organizations of all sizes to be a part of this success story

David said “The world has become and it continues to become a more global marketplace. With the fluidity of migration, companies continue to seek top talent from around the world to stay ahead of their competitors. Countries around the world continue to write their immigration laws to attract the “best and the brightest” workers.”

We are engaged in a struggle to attract the best and the brightest talented foreign national workers to add value to the United States economic infrastructure and to assure future stability of our financial markets, David said/ UNI/SNG/