Changes To E Visa Applications E Visas (E-1, E-2, and E-3) for Temporary Workers – USCIS
New Updates to the Requirements of E-Visa Applications
In this blog, we will thoroughly look at the new requirements for E-visa applications as per the latest updates.
President Biden approved the James M. Inhofe National Defense Authorization Act or NDAA on 23 December 2022. As per the NDAA, Portuguese nationals are eligible for E non-immigrant visas as long as Portugal gives the same consideration to US Nationals. This means that if the government of Portugal fails to grant similar visas to US citizens, Portuguese nationals won’t be able to get E visas from the US.
Furthermore, the NDAA has updated the law for individuals seeking E visas on the basis of their acquisition of the nationality of treaty countries by making a financial investment. Such individuals are required to have spent at least 3 consecutive years in the treaty country before applying for an E visa. It should be noted that this law is only for the new applicants of E visas, excluding the ones who had previously gotten nationality of a treaty country on the basis of their financial investments.
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