If you have previously been issued an E-1 trader visa, you are applying under the same company for which your previous visa was issued, and you would like to renew this visa, please provide the same documentation enumerated in the Supporting Documentation for New Cases page.
Please note the Consular Officer may request additional documents based on their review of the application.
If you have previously been issued an E-2 investor visa, you are applying under the same company for which your previous visa was issued, and you would like to renew this visa, please provide the following documentation to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Visa application fee (MRV) receipt;
- Form DS-160;
- Form DS-156E;
- Previous visa expired within the last 48 months.
- The first two pages of the last two years of federal corporate tax returns in the United States;
- Schedule K of corporate tax return showing outline the ownership percentage, or an independent auditor’s report of your financial statements; and
- Most recent IRS Form W-2 for all employees and/or IRS Form 941 for the past year.
Please note the Consular Officer may request additional documentation based on their review of the application.
Interview Waiver Program
For renewal applicants that are also renewing the registration for the same company, please follow the steps listed under “How to apply for an E-visa in Canada?” After a review of the submitted application, applicants will be notified if they qualify for an interview waiver and will be provided with additional instructions. If the applicant is not eligible for an interview waiver, they will receive no notification of the fact. Any correspondence sent by applicants asking for an interview waiver in these cases will receive no response. Please note that consular officers reserve the right to require an interview for any visa application at any point in the process.
For applicants renewing their visa with a company with a valid registration with the U.S. Consulate General Toronto, please reference the page on Supporting Documentation for Employees of Registered Companies for information on potential interview waiver self-identification.
For New Cases
If you have received an E-visa before, but this is the first time you are applying for an E-visa in conjunction with your current company, please submit the required documents enumerated on the Supporting Documentation for New Cases page.