Traditionally, employment-based immigration involves a U.S.-based company sponsoring a foreign national employee, whether employed with a foreign subsidiary, affiliate or through active recruitment. Entrepreneurs, however, may face difficulty due to their unique absence of a sponsoring employer.
We counsel entrepreneurs and other investors who wish to create employment opportunities in the U.S. through startup companies and venture capital initiatives on business formation, capital investment and corporate immigration compliance. Through creative and uniquely-tailored solutions, we help these individuals find successful pathways toward entering the U.S. economy and carrying out their career goals.
We commonly provide support to startups and entrepreneurs on their visas. Please visit Immigrant and Nonimmigrant Visas for more information.