International Entrepreneur Parole Program

On January 17, 2017, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) published a final rule establishing a parole program for international entrepreneurs seeking to improve the ability of certain startup founders to remain in the United States legally in order to grow their companies and help create new jobs for U.S. workers. Continue Reading Update on Status of Entrepreneurial Parole Program for Foreign Entrepreneurs

Today’s Hartford Business Journal has an article about visa delay uncertainties with the International Entrepreneur Parole Program, which features our own Dana Bucin. Dana is the Editor of “Immigration Law Insights”, as well as the Chair of Murtha Cullina’s Immigration Practice.

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