USAIE comments on proposed international entrepreneur rule

USAIE submits comments on proposed international entrepreneur rule

On October 17, 2016, USAIE officially submitted comments on the new international entrepreneur rule proposed by USCIS. These comments were submitted via the portal at regulations.gov. Click here for a PDF version of the complete comments. A transcript is included below. Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions regarding the proposed entrepreneur rule[…]

USAIE Summary & Recommendations on Proposed Rule on International Entrepreneurs

USCIS Proposes International Entrepreneur Rule; USAIE offers summary & initial reactions, will draft model comments

Today, August 31, 2016, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) published a proposed regulation in the Federal Register that would provide a new immigration option for a small but important group of international entrepreneurs. The proposed regulation is available on the Federal Register website. For a summary and initial recommendations, read this PDF from USAIE. […]

President Obama

Immigration Regulations To Watch Before Obama Exits Office: Dan Berger quoted

Over the course of his presidency, President Obama has taken immigration actions that affect millions of people living and working in the United States. But some experts say we may still be able to expect more changes still, including measures that could impact foreign-born entrepreneurs and startup founders. Law 360, a leading source of news and[…]

Entrepreneurs

How states, cities, and universities can retain foreign 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 http://www.eta-i.org/provigil.html (specifically, the cap on H-1B visas) and proposes[…]

Immigrant Entrepreneurs at Google (Getty Images)

What would happen to American entrepreneurship without immigrants?

Immigration policy is a hot-button issue in this election cycle, and it comes with vast amounts of partisan disagreement and complex, deep-rooted economic impact. What would happen to American entrepreneurship if legal immigration was severely curbed? FUSION reports that a new study from the National Bureau of Economic Research found that, as of 2008, immigrants[…]

Immigration myths, lies, and half-truths

Startups and immigration: Myths, lies and half-truths

Startups & immigration: myths, lies, and half-truths TechCrunch has posted an informative article written by Singapore-born entrepreneur Desmond Lim, who has worked at early-stage startups and founded his own company, QuikForce. International entrepreneurs will appreciate Lim’s commentary, which draws on his own experience and debunks commonly held perceptions. In his article, Lim offers introductory explanations[…]

Corporate Immigration 2016: Roundtable

In May 2016, Who’s Who Legal sponsored a roundtable discussion on Corporate Immigration. Panelists included Karl Waheed of Karl Waheed Avocats (France), Liam Schwartz of Liam Schwartz & Associates (Israel), and Steven Yale-Loehr, immigration expert and USAIE co-founder. The trio fielded questions on some of today’s top issues http://healthsavy.com faced by lawyers working in this[…]