Here, you will find detailed answers to many of most common immigration questions.
What is the processing time for E2 visas?
The processing time for E-2 visas is generally between two and four weeks from the filing of the application, however, it may take longer in some Consular posts. This may vary depending upon the work load in the U.S. Consulate you choose to apply.
Yes, you may apply for Green Card while in the U.S. through the following options:
Family Based Immigration: If you have close relatives who are U.S. citizens
or U.S. permanent residents, the relatives may file an immigration petition for you as the beneficiary
Employment Based Immigration (Labor Certification): You can attain immigrant status through employment-based immigration. You may find an employer who is willing to file a Labor Certificate for you with the DOL
EB-1: You may also file an immigration petition based on the classification of ‘Alien of Extraordinary Ability’ - EB-1(A) or ‘Multinational Manager or Executives’ - EB-1(C)
National Interest Waiver: You can also file an immigration petition through a National Interest Waiver (NIW). National Interest Waivers are available to foreign nationals who are seeking work in a profession and who have an advanced degree (or equivalent experience) or can prove themselves as ‘aliens of exceptional ability’, and who show that their work will substantially benefit the national interest.