Parole for International Entrepreneurs

U.S. immigration for foreign entrepreneurs

U.S. immigration options for foreign entrepreneurs

On August 26, 2016, USCIS announced a proposed rule that would allow certain foreign entrepreneurs of U.S. companies to be “paroled” into the United States in order to start or to scale their operations. However, the rule was eliminated by the Department of Homeland Services in May 2018.

Our Legal Services for Foreign Entrepreneurs

Starting a business in the United States is difficult – starting a U.S. business as a foreign entrepreneur is even more difficult.  Your citizenship, education, and the nature of the company all play crucial roles in determining what visa you are eligible for.  Maximilian Law Inc. has years of experience in navigating foreign entrepreneurs through the maze of visa options in order to ensure that you can remain in the U.S. on a long-term basis.  Please contact us if you are a foreign entrepreneur looking to start a U.S. business.  Options include the H-1B visa, E-2 treaty investor visa, L-1 visa, and the EB-5 green card.