Hillary Clinton White House is best chance for immigration reform

A Clinton Win Is a Win-Win-Win

Hillary Clinton will be the next president of the United States, according to Moody’s Analytics. Moody’s, which has correctly predicted the presidential election winners since 1980, forecasts Clinton will pick up 332 electoral votes on election day, while Donald Trump will receive 206. To become president, a candidate needs at least 270 electoral votes. Moody’s bases…

International Entrepreneur Rule Ineffective As Written

The proposed International Entrepreneur Rule received more than 750 comments during the public comment period, which ended last week. Many pointed out the hurdles foreign entrepreneurs would face qualifying for parole under the rule. The International Entrepreneur Rule gives U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) the discretion to grant parole—or a temporary stay in the U.S.—to…

Funding issues remain with International Entrepreneur Rule

Chicken-&-Egg Problem Remains Under Proposed Entrepreneur Rule

When the U.S. Department of Homeland Security announced the International Entrepreneur Rule last month, I was excited that highly motivated foreign entrepreneurs finally had another means to remain in Silicon Valley to build amazing companies and create the lives they dream of for themselves and their families. However, my enthusiasm has dampened a bit. As…

International Entrepreneur Rule

International Entrepreneur Rule: Great News for Trailing Spouses

Trailing spouses are eligible to apply for work authorization under the proposed International Entrepreneur Rule, one of the rule’s major benefits. The proposed International Entrepreneur Rule is currently in a public comment period. If approved in its current form, the rule gives United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) the discretion to grant parole—or a…

Calling all immigrant entrepreneurs and investors who love the US!

Help USCIS create a legal immigration status for entrepreneurs and startup-founders!  You can be a part of the process of creating this important new mechanism for immigrants to contribute to the US and stay here legally. On November 20, 2014, President Obama announced several executive actions on immigration reform.  USCIS is currently seeking public comments…