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E-Registration (Treaty Trader / Investor)
Following e-registration, the application process for additional visas and the posting of qualified personnel to the U.S. will be simplified.
E-1 Visa (Treaty Trader)
The E-1 visa is one of the work visas of the U.S. and allows, for example, managers to stay and trade in the United States.
E-2 Visa (Treaty Investor)
The E-2 visa, also known as the investor visa, allows any company to send employees if it invests or has invested substantial capital in the U.S. economy.
With this registration of the corporate group, which is applied for at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), all listed company locations can use a simplified L-application procedure for their employees.
L-1 Blanket Visa
This visa allows temporary employment in the U.S., as long as it is an internal transfer to the U.S. location. Other examples are business travellers with high entry frequency or fitters.
L-1 Visa (Intracompany Transferee)
This visa includes a temporary work and residence permit for the United States and enables the transfer of employees within a corporate group to a U.S. location.
Visa Waiver Program (VWP/ESTA)
Information about the Visa Waiver Program (VWP).
B-1 Visa (Business Visitor)
This visa entitles you to temporary residence in the United States and allows limited professional activities.
B-1 After-Sales Visa
For fitters who perform service orders for machinery and production equipment, this includes assembly, installation and maintenance work.
B-1 in lieu of H-1B Visa
Visa for academics who are staying in the United States for a temporary project assignment.
U.S. Market Entry
Information about the first steps and what has to be considered for a planned market entry in the United States.
Information on how to apply for a visa and what you should bear in mind.
Information on the different consular fees that may be incurred.
Global Entry (Trusted Traveler Program)
This program allows qualified travelers to perform passport control at selected U.S. airports themselves.
J-1 Visum (Exchange Visitor)
This visa is required to complete an internship or training in the USA. The background of an exchange must always be the promotion of mutual understanding between the U.S. and other countries.
An overview of our priorities, your benefits, your possible visa-related issue and contact information.