What Obama’s New Proposal Would Mean for Immigrant Entrepreneurs

by  Jeremy Quittner A proposed rule would give immigrant business owners a new option for staying. For Vishal Sankhla the Obama administration’s proposed startup rule, which would allow foreign-born entrepreneurs to stay in the country and grow their businesses, is welcome news,...

Obama administration proposes new visa rule for immigrant entrepreneurs

By Steven Overly The Obama administration proposed new immigration rules Friday that would allow foreign-born entrepreneurs to remain in the United States for up to five years if they own a significant stake in a start-up company that has the potential for “rapid business growth...

Groups Recommend How the White House Could Boost Immigrant Entrepreneurs

Immigrant entrepreneurs and small business owners contribute to local economies, often forming the backbone of neighborhoods. As part of his November announcement on immigration executive action, President Obama signed a presidential memorandum that creates a White House Task...

The Sweet Smell of Success: H-1B Visas for Entrepreneurs

By Gary Endelman and Cyrus D. Mehta The title of this blog may seem odd as the H-1B visa is usually associated with an employee who earns a regular wage at the prevailing rate. Yet, entrepreneurs may benefit from the H-1B. Since the USCIS recently set up an Entrepreneur Pathways...
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