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… Read More »How states, cities, and universities can retain foreign entrepreneurs
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… Read More »What would happen to American entrepreneurship without immigrants?
Babson College, a leader in assisting international entrepreneurs, has published this very useful guide on their website. It helps F-1 & J-1 visa holders understand… Read More »For F-1 & J-1 students performing entrepreneurial activities
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… Read More »Babson becomes first private college to host GEIR program
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… Read More »Startups and immigration: Myths, lies and half-truths
The E visa category represents a very attractive, yet misunderstood and under-utilized, way to gain long-term, business-based non-immigrant status in the US. This article covers… Read More »E-Visas as a Way to Gain Long-term, Non-immigrant Status in the United States
USAIE founders Dan Berger, Rita Georges, Michael Serotte, and Stephen Yale-Loehr recently collaborated on the article ” ‘If You Want Something New, You Have to… Read More »Bender’s Immigration Bulletin: Innovative Visa Options for Immigrant Entrepreneurs