Does the U.S. have a startup visa? Not yet. But can we help you with your immigration options if you want to found your startup here? You bet. Here are some ways we can help you help you achieve your goal of founding your startup in the U.S.
Investor & Trader Options
The E-1 and E-2 treaty visas could be an option for you if you are from a treaty country.
O-1 Extraordinary Visas
O-1A and O-1B are visas for individuals extraordinary ability & special skills.
International Entrepreneur Parole
IEP allows immigrant founders to come to, or remain in, the U.S. and grow their startup if it has potential for rapid growth and American job creation.
If you’re an international student who wants to work on your startup, you should explore how you can maximize your student-related work authorization through OPT/CPT.
At McEntee Law, we have the unique perspective of seeing the process from your eyes- because we’ve been there. Our firm was founded by immigrants, and several of our staff either are ones themselves or who have parents who are. We care deeply about you and your case, knowing firsthand how daunting it can be.
“As a startup time is our most valuable resource, with money a close second. Fiona was able to secure the appropriate visa for a high-value foreign engineering candidate on an extremely aggressive timeline, and cost effectively. I could not recommend Fiona and her team more highly.”
“Fiona and the team are the most talented and creative immigration attorneys that I have seen.They make the impossible possible. It’s because of them that I can stay in the U.S and focus 100% on my business. This means everything to an immigrant like me.”
– Linxin Wen