060: H-1B Lottery Planning Part 2

This episode of Immigration Law for Tech Startups is the second in a two-part series on how to plan for this year’s upcoming H-1B lottery in March.    Late-breaking news: I recorded this episode before the State Department announced that international students who are currently abroad and holding or applying for new F-1 or…

059: Just Raised $20 million, Now What?

In this episode of Immigration Law for Tech Startups, I’ll be discussing every startup’s dream problem: Figuring out how to quickly and strategically scale up after raising $5 million to $20 million in a Series A round!    Before I delve in, I want to solicit your suggestions for harnessing the power of Clubhouse,…

058: Engaged, Now What?

In this episode of Immigration Law for Tech Startups, I’m thrilled to be joined by my amazing law partner, Anita Koumriqian, who is an expert in family immigration law and coincidentally, just got engaged! Congrats, Anita, we’re so happy for you!    Anita and I will discuss how individuals can go through the immigration…

057: 11 Tips for Companies to Support Valued Humans

In this episode of Immigration Law for Tech Startups, I’ll be discussing 10 tips plus one bonus tip for how companies can support not only their international team members but all their team members to improve their company culture, help everyone stay focused, and avoid burning out.    The immigration process and immigration security…

055: H-1B Lottery Planning Part 1

This episode of Immigration Law for Tech Startups is the first in a two-part series on how to plan for this year’s H-1B lottery in March given the recent changes to the process.    Whether you’re a large corporation or an early-stage startup, I recommend hiring an experienced immigration attorney to help you navigate…

054: Bringing Your Parents and Siblings After COVID-19

I’m pleased to welcome back to Immigration Law for Tech Startups my law partner, Anita Koumriqian, who is an expert in individual and family immigration law. Today we’ll discuss how to bring your parents or siblings to the U.S.    “I enjoy the family reunification green cards, especially when kids are petitioning for their…