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Silicon Valley representatives are disappointed his immigration rule changes will not satisfy longstanding demands for more visas and faster green cards.
Modest changes to make it easier for technology companies to retain high-skilled workers frustrated by long and unpredictable waits for green cards.
The frustrating barriers to living legally in the U.S. are keeping out entrepreneurs eager to launch businesses and hire American workers.
Owning a company is an achievable goal for newcomers to America. Here's how.
They came to the U.S. from China, Grenada, India, Haiti, Nigeria and the former Soviet Union. Now they own businesses in food service and product sales -- and helping other startups. See how they landed launch capital and met challenges.
AOL co-founder Steve Case shares his views on the hits and misses of the two-year-old JOBS Act.
A look at how the International Franchise Association plans to advocate for the franchise industry's interests in Washington.
Innovators drawn to the U.S. for education and research don't have time to wait for legislative action that would help them stay.
Legal ins-and-outs can make a young entrepreneur's mind spin. Here are some tips to make legal issues less painful.
Google's executive chairman offers his views on the news at the Allen & Co. conference in Sun Valley.
In a speech at the George W. Bush Institute, the former president became the latest leader to publicly voice his support for immigration reform.