New immigration law allows U.S. start-ups to employ foreign-born founders, key staff

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In this Westlaw article, Partner Andrew Greenfield discusses the recently revived short-lived Obama-era regulation that provides foreign entrepreneurs with the ability to work for U.S. start-up companies that have received significant funding from qualified U.S. investors. DHS is facilitating this new type of U.S. work permit based on a provision of the immigration laws known as "parole."

Read the full article here.