> I am currently on E2 which is going to expire in 2 years.
I have read that there is a policy of not enforcing the issue of intent
for E visa holders in your situation. I can't find the exact article
but you may wish to visit some informational site such as murthy.com or
shusterman.com. Also, see the quotation below is from a presentation
text from the American Immigration Lawyersociation (AILA) that
should give you confidence.
Anyway, NEVER give wrong information on a government form. When you
sign the form, you are giving your word that it is accurate and if not,
it might be used in a way in the future that is not to your advantage.
It might be worth your while to contact a knowledgeable immigration
attorney for a brief consultation.
another bob (not a lawyer, but interested in the topic)
WHAT ARE YOUR INTENTIONS
INTENT, ³DUAL INTENT² AND
PRECONCEIVED INTENT IN
by Dagmar Butte, Rómulo E. Guevara and Marketa Lindt*
© 2008 American Immigration Lawyersociation
E-1/E-2/E-3 visas, 8 CFR §214.2(e)(5), 22
CFR §§41.51(a)-(c), 9 FAM 41.51 n14
Maintain an intention to depart the United States
upon expiration or termination of status
E visas may not be denied solely on the basis of a
labor certification immigrant visa petition
Need not keep foreign residence, FAM 41.51 n14
Unequivocal expression of intent to return is
sufficient, FAM 41.51 n14"