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The Startup Visa and Reform for Entrepreneurs

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The Startup Visa Act The Startup Visa Act of 2011 was introduced in Congress in 2011 but did not pass. The goal of this visa was to provide a visa to entrepreneurs who have generated outside funding from investors to start a business in the United States. The proposed visa … Continue reading The Startup Visa and Reform for Entrepreneurs

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Intermittent Employees and I-9 Issues

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Occasionally, a company requires an intermittent employee to complete a certain project or goal. A foreign national on an H-1B or L-1 visa may be employed in the US for a short period of time. . Regardless of how long a particular employee stays or how often they come in … Continue reading Intermittent Employees and I-9 Issues

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Tax Implications for Immigrants

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Tax consequences on one’s income are bound to arise regardless of the way a person has immigrated to the US- – through investment, employment, or family relationships. This article will explore some of the common tax issues faced by noncitizens , whether here temporarily or permanently Taxes from Employment As … Continue reading Tax Implications for Immigrants

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Immigration Agency Overview

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When people talk about overhauling the immigration system, they are really talking about overhauling a complex network of various agencies that may wear different hats for different audiences. This article will explore a general overview of the agencies involved so that readers may understand just how broad the immigration system … Continue reading Immigration Agency Overview

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CIR’s Startup Entrepreneur Visa

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The discussion and debate around the proposed Immigration Reform bill continues. One of the positive talking points, especially in Silicon Valley, is around the possibility of a startup visa. Titled “Investing in New Venture, Entrepreneurial startups and Technologies,” it provides path(s) for those seeking both temporary (nonimmigrant visa) and permanent … Continue reading CIR’s Startup Entrepreneur Visa

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H1-B Visa Cap Reached, Possible Lottery

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Just as we and many other sites have predicted, the H1-B visa hit its cap on Friday, April 5th, just a mere four days since the opening date on April 1st. Even before this year’s H1-B visa application season opened, there was talk of a possible lottery. USCIS, the government … Continue reading H1-B Visa Cap Reached, Possible Lottery

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Entrepreneurial Visa Options

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The H1-B Entrepreneur It is very much possible to hold a managerial position of a company you helped establish with a H1-B visa. On August 2, 2011, Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano and USCIS announced many immigration initiatives designed to boost the economy. The most notable one included a … Continue reading Entrepreneurial Visa Options

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The Problems with Current Entrepreneurial Visa Options

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Stanford University hosted an event as part of their Entrepreneurship Week on Sunday, March 3 that was packed with 200 students looking for ways to get visas and green cards in order to jumpstart their ventures. As an immigration expert, Ms. Khandelwal shared her knowledge on the dos and don’ts … Continue reading The Problems with Current Entrepreneurial Visa Options

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The Startup Act of 3.0 – a Path to Citizenship for Entrepreneurial Immigrants

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In the midst of all of the CIR, yet another piece of legislation has entered the fray. The Startup Act of 3.0 is finally getting some traction in Congress, with its recent introduction in the House of Representatives and Senate. Introduced by a group of legislators led by Senator Jerry … Continue reading The Startup Act of 3.0 – a Path to Citizenship for Entrepreneurial Immigrants

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