USAIE comments on USCIS Final Rule

USAIE comments on USCIS Final Rules on Employment-Based Immigration

USAIE applauds United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) for issuing a final rule clarifying a wide variety of issues with employment-based immigration, specifically concerning H-1B visa petitions and permanent residency petitions. Many of these clarifications were previously addressed by USCIS through a series of non-binding policy memoranda over the past 15 years, with no[…]

USAIE On Campus H-1B Incubator Programs

International Entrepreneur On-Campus H-1B Incubators

USAIE is offering assistance to private companies and universities looking to host cap-exempt H-1B employees on campus, in a manner similar to “Global Entrepreneurs in Residence” (GEIR) programs already operating on campuses around the country. See this info sheet or contact USAIE for more information. On the H-1B visa The H-1B visa is the most common[…]

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[…]

2016 Babson College GEIR program

Babson becomes first private college to host GEIR program

Babson College in Massachusetts is now the first private college to host a Global Entrepreneurs In Residence (GEIR) program. GEIR programs help provide legal status to qualifying foreign national entrepreneurs by sponsoring them for cap-exempt H-1B visas at institutions of higher learning. Babson’s pilot effort this year will host up to 10 GEIRs who want to accelerate their companies[…]