News and Articles About Visas
The frustrating barriers to living legally in the U.S. are keeping out entrepreneurs eager to launch businesses and hire American workers.
Tomorrow's credit cards will be replete with high-tech security features like fingerprint unlock, voice control and invisibility, according to this infographic by Richard Branson's Virgin Money.
The retailer sued the credit-card giant this week, claiming Visa's swipe fees are unfairly high. Separately, the retail industry has taken a hit in the fight over capping debit-card swipe fees.
Twitter may be one of the most talked-about IPOs of the year, but it's nothing in size compared to these guys.
Companies may be overstating their need to tap foreign workers for specialized jobs in the United States, according to new data from Bright.com.
A bipartisan group of Senators has established a blueprint to overhaul the immigration system.
Technology and innovation leaders spearhead an online movement to push U.S. lawmakers to pass immigration reform.
Republican and Democrat Senators are backing immigration reform affecting startups.
The move to overhaul immigration is likely to include measures supporting entrepreneurship and small-business owners. Any changes will probably be part of a broader reform package.
It's a global battle for the world's most talented immigrants. When it comes to visa reform, our next elected leader needs to get the job done, Case writes.
The U.S. Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services has a new plan to speed the arrival of entrepreneurial immigrants.