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Webinar: The Final International Entrepreneur Parole Rule – Discussion and Analysis

Home/Webinar: The Final International Entrepreneur Parole Rule – Discussion and Analysis
Date: February 28, 2017
Time: 1:00 pm
 to 
2:00 pm

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After years of anticipation, the Department of Homeland Security has released the final text of a rule seeking to allow international entrepreneurs to stay and work in the U.S. The proposed rule would allow start-up founders who are able to show significant job growth potential and attract investment to qualify to remain and work in the US for a total term of five years.   The rule will become effective on July 17, 2017.

Dependents will be eligible to accompany the entrepreneur into the U.S. and spouses will be able to apply for an independent and unrestricted work permit.

Our office has been advocating for a start-up visa or similar benefit and, while not perfect, this proposal gets close to what many are hoping for.

Please join our attorneys for a webinar discussion and analysis of the final rule. Registration is FREE but space is LIMITED but please sign up early.

By | 2017-05-23T09:52:54+00:00 January 18th, 2017|

About the Author:

Dimo R. Michailov, Esq.
As one of the senior attorneys and the founding member of the Capitol Immigration Law Group, Mr. Michailov is at the forefront of the immigration law community. He represents individuals from more than 50 countries in their quest for U.S. immigration options and solutions. He also represents companies and organizations ranging from small entrepreneurs to multinational corporations in meeting their goals to recruit, hire and retain talented foreign nationals while maintaining full compliance with the relevant immigration rules and procedures.