If you are otherwise qualified to do so, yes. However, keep in mind that this is serious step which, if denied, could cause you ongoing problems with both the COnaulate and USCIS if denied.
Yes, you can , you have to file an I-129 form. Read the form instructions on the USCIS web site and you will find the mailing address there. HoweverI highly recommend that you consider to consult with and hire an attorney as this a very complicated area of the law. You may not qualify for E2 visa at the first place.
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Yes, but the next time you leave the U.S. you will need to apply for an E2 visa stamp before you return to the U.S. This will require that you do the entire E2 process all over again at a U.S. embassy abroad. SO, talk to an attorney experienced with E2 BEFORE you file anything, to determine if this is the best way to go. It might be, but you want to know what you are getting into before you file.
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