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The Latest Rundown on the International Entrepreneur Rule, AKA the Startup Visa

Founding attorney Sophie Alcorn reviewed the International Entrepreneur Rule—or “startup visa”—and provided the latest on its status at a recent webinar. Thanks to Early Growth Financial Services for hosting the event.

Video: Top 5 Things Startup Founders Must Know About International Entrepreneur Parole

Watch Sophie’s video to learn all about the newly final International Entrepreneur Rule, a wonderful parting gift to Silicon Valley from President Obama’s administration.  Now startup founders are eligible for International Entrepreneur

What Will Trump Do To Immigrants?

Learn from Sophie Alcorn about the future of immigration law and whether Trump’s proposed policies are actually workable. Sophie discusses the wall, islamophobia, H-1Bs, the International Entrepreneur Rule for startup founders in

Video on L-1A and L-1B Visas and EB-1C Green Cards

If you have been working at a foreign company, how can you move to the US?  If you’re a manager or executive, such as a startup founder, or an employee with specialized

Head-to-Head on Immigration: Hillary Clinton vs. Donald Trump

Immigration has been the hot-button issue of the 2016 presidential race. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump were taking opposite roads to immigration reform—until last week. In the wake of a meeting with

International Entrepreneur Rule: What Do You Think?

Once the International Entrepreneur Rule is officially published in the Federal Register at regulations.gov, a 45-day comment period will kick-off where you are invited to tell USCIS what you think about the

Text of Proposed International Entrepreneur Rule

The International Entrepreneur Rule has not yet been published in the Federal Register.  However, I’ve extracted the text from the proposed rule from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).  Once the rule

Discretionary Parole at the Heart of Proposed International Entrepreneur Rule

The Obama administration used discretionary parole authority to pave the way for thousands of entrepreneurs to gain admittance into the U.S. under the International Entrepreneur Rule that was proposed today. What is Parole? Parole—or temporarily admitting a foreign

What is Parole and How Do I Get It?

The Obama administration proposed a new rule that opens the door for foreign entrepreneurs to create a startup business in the U.S. even if they are ineligible for a visa. What is Parole? Under

Can Parole Lead to a Green Card?

Foreign entrepreneurs would be allowed to create and grow their startup in the U.S. under the proposed International Entrepreneur Rule. But because entrepreneurs will not receive a visa, obtaining a green card will still