From Student to Startup: Immigration Challenges for Entrepreneurial F-1s - Recording (.MP3)
Our panel of experts will discuss how student entrepreneurs can transition from F-1 to work authorization as they develop a startup business. Typically, the F-1 visa holder has an idea to start a business and wants to know how to balance the development of the company with the immigration transition from student to OPT to NIV status. When can the client incorporate, raise capital, or be compensated? What precautions are students taking in the era of the USCIS policy on unlawful presence for F, J, and M nonimmigrants?
- What Is Permissible Business Development While in F-1, OPT, and STEM OPT Status?
- Meeting the O-1 Criteria for Entrepreneurs
- H-1B Issues for Foreign Founders: Is It Worth Giving Up Control?
- Startup Challenges for E-2 Investors and L-1 New Offices
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