Link To News: 7 Tips For Businesses Looking for EB-5 Funding

From Entrepreneur

 

“Since 1990, foreign investors from China, Canada and the Middle East have invested more than $6.8 billion in American businesses, been awarded 29,000 U.S. Visas, and created thousands of American jobs through the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program. The EB-5 program allows foreign investors to obtain a green card and a path to U.S. citizenship when …Continue Reading »

Link To News: The Lack of Visa Options for Entrepreneurs is Hurting America’s Economy

From Entrepreneur

 

“Kiran’s situation is a direct result of outdated and overly-officious immigration policy that neglects skilled individuals and job creators. Applying for a visa costs thousands of dollars, relegating small companies and startups to a domestic talent pool. It’s estimated that easing eligibility requirements for non-immigrant and residency visas between 2003 and 2007 would have led …Continue Reading »

Link To News: Here’s How to Fix the H-1B Visa Program to Drive Startup Growth

From Entrepreneur

 

“The administration has released a draft copy of an executive order that would overhaul the H-1B visa program, once a vital recruiting tool for American tech startups. The contents of the order remain unknown, but the stakes are high. Trump could throttle H-1Bs, exacerbate America’s tech talent shortage and stifle innovation. Or he could draw foreign …Continue Reading »

Link To News: 2 Immigrant Entrepreneurs Who Prove the American Dream Endures

From Entrepreneur

 

“Immigrant entrepreneurs are valuable contributors to our communities and to the world. We create jobs, innovate and improve the quality of life for others along the way. Louis Krubich and Robert Haidari are examples of how immigrants can achieve the American dream through business.”

 

Read more here:

https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/248217

 

 

 

Michael Monnot

941.518.7138
Mike@InfinityBusinessBrokers.com
12995 South Cleveland Avenue, Suite 249
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Link To News: A Billion Reasons to Encourage Immigrant Startups

From Growthology

 

“As the Kauffman Foundation seeks ways to restart American economic growth through entrepreneurship, these two papers shed light on the need for better federal immigration policy. Immigrant entrepreneurs want to come to the United States; policy ought to facilitate this entrepreneurial growth that represents our past and future.”

 

Read more here:

http://www.kauffman.org/blogs/growthology/2016/04/a-billion-reasons-to-encourage-immigrant-startups

 

 

 

Michael Monnot

941.518.7138
Mike@InfinityBusinessBrokers.com
12995 South …Continue Reading »

Link To News: Finally! The DHS Rule on International Entrepreneurs Is Long Overdue

From Entrepreneur

 

“The only problem is that the rule assigns foreign-born U.S. entrepreneurs “parole” status, and they must then scramble to stay here.”

“Immigration, by its nature, is entrepreneurial. Immigrants transcend borders and take significant risks. Immigrant-entrepreneurs have created countless jobs and contributed profoundly to the U.S. economy. Statistics lead to conservative estimates that a visa for …Continue Reading »

Link To News: Robert Herjavec to Immigrant Entrepreneurs: ‘People Don’t Care About Your Color, Religion or Sex. They Care About the Value You Add.’

From Entrepreneur

 

“‘Remember that people at their core really don’t care about your background. They don’t care about your color. They don’t really care about your religion or your sex. They just care how much value you’re going to add,” he says. “That’s what I love about America. If you can be good at one thing, …Continue Reading »

Link To News: 4 Reasons Why Immigrants Are Essential for Entrepreneurship

From Entrepreneur

 

“The National Foundation for American Policy recently conducted a survey of 87 different startups, finding that 44 startups, or more than half, had at least one immigrant founder. This is an obvious reason why immigrants are essential for entrepreneurship: According to the National Foundation study, they already make up a massive proportion of the startup …Continue Reading »

Link To News: Entrepreneurs Are Being Deported — And They Might Be at the Center of America’s Coming Immigration Fight

From Entrepreneur

 

“At the risk of stating the painfully obvious, immigration is a deeply divisive political subject in America today. Typically, if a politician makes immigration an issue, it’s because of the belief that immigrants are taking jobs from Americans. But Babini represents something else entirely — something that no presidential candidate was harping on, that …Continue Reading »

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