Immigrant Entrepreneurs

The Best Business Funding Options for Immigrant and Refugee Entrepreneurs

Breaking down the grants, loans and other forms of funding aspiring business owners should know about.

Janet Gershen-Siegel

· 5 min read

Growing Up in the Soviet Union Taught This Founder to be Resourceful

By spotting opportunity in limitations, she learned to create her own success.

Katya Dorozhkina

· 3 min read

This Immigrant Entrepreneur and DACA Recipient Raised Over $15 Million in Funding (Podcast)

Airfox co-founder Victor Santos shares his best pitching advice and how his identity as an immigrant inspired him to become an entrepreneur.

Hayden Field

· 1 min read

This Founder Moved to the United States at 18 to Pursue the American Dream

The founder of Living Notes, Olya Hill, talks about the lessons learned as a professional ballerina, and the importance of creating content and connecting people.

David Meltzer

· 1 min read

For Immigrants, America Was, Is and Always Will be Great

Some of the most enthusiastic Americans weren't born in America.

Doe Deere

· 5 min read

The International Entrepreneur Rule Wasn't Perfect, but the Trump Administration Killing It Sends the Wrong Message, Experts Say

The program was enacted to allow more entrepreneurs to immigrate to the U.S. to launch their businesses.

Hayden Field

· 6 min read

American Immigrants Are Twice as Likely to Become Entrepreneurs. Here's Why.

Finding value in change and diversity is one of the great qualities of being either -- or both -- an immigrant and an entrepreneur.

Tae Hoon (Steve) Kim

· 5 min read

Growing Up an Iranian Immigrant Was Tough but It Taught Me How to Lead

Not everybody has a choice about leaving their comfort zone.

Sasan Goodarzi

· 6 min read

The Immigrant Edge: How Immigrant Millionaires Succeed in Business

No matter the economy, competition or lack of resources, immigrant entrepreneurs always seem to thrive.

Bedros Keuilian

· 7 min read

3 Green Card Alternatives to the EB-5 Program for Immigrant Entrepreneurs

Sometimes the most well-known path to permanent residence for entrepreneurs is not always the quickest or easiest.