Other boxes for requested action apply to Free Trade Agreement issues which your immigration lawyer can explain.
Applicants seeking E-2 nonimmigrant status should write “E-2” in the classification box. In addition to the basic E-2 requirements such as a current treaty and meeting the investor or employee criteria, applicants may be required to submit evidence of:
Ownership and nationality of the E-2 treaty investor.
For E-2 employees only. “Executive or Supervisory Duties or special qualifications essential to the enterprise. Evidence of such duties or qualifications may include, but is not limited to, certificates, diplomas or transcripts, letters from employers describing job titles, duties, operators’ manuals, and the required level of education and knowledge.”
If there are substantive changes to an existing E-2 classification, approval must be obtained for those changes. Applicants can seek advice on whether the changes are indeed “substantial changes.”
Contact an experienced immigration lawyer to review when you must file an I – 129 form, how you should complete it, and what additional evidence is required.