How states, cities, and universities can retain foreign entrepreneurs

Entrepreneurs

This article in the Huffington Post highlights some problems that American states, cities, and universities face in retaining foreign entrepreneurs. By Matthew La Corte, Immigration Policy Analyst at the Niskanen Center.

La Corte touches on how entrepreneurs are getting squeezed out by limited visa options available (specifically, the cap on H-1B visas) and proposes one solution: the Global Entrepreneur In Residence (GEIR) program, already active in Massachusetts, New York, Colorado, and California.

Read La Corte’s article here. For more about H-1B visas and GEIR programs, visit our H-1B visa info page.