Proposed International Entrepreneur Rule Gives Startup Founders Temporary Stay in U.S.

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is proposing to grant work authorization to foreign entrepreneurs who raise substantial capital for companies they start.

  • USCIS estimates some 3,000 foreign entrepreneurs may qualify annually.
  • USCIS expects this new proposal to create jobs, facilitate research and development and increase innovation in the United States.

In this update, we provide details on the proposed rule as a possible option tailored to startup founders and entrepreneurs.

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When Should I Form a Legal Entity?

As startup lawyers, we often receive inquiries from passionate entrepreneurs and founders seeking guidance on when they should consider taking their side projects to the next step by forming a legal entity. Forming a company is a “crossing the Rubicon” moment for any startup. It’s an essential step…