Visas

Visas

As U.S. Cracks Down on H1-B Visas, Latin America Adds Fast-Track Alternatives for Entrepreneurs and Investors

More and more entrepreneurs are setting up offices in Latin America where they can still hire talented foreigners without any visa hassle.

The International Entrepreneur Rule and Innovation: Why Immigrants Help -- Not Harm -- the U.S. Job Market

High-skilled immigrants don't take jobs from U.S. workers. They create them.

U.S. Is Now Asking for Visa Applicants' Social Media Names

They want Internet handles going back five years and biographical information from the last 15 years.

Visa Is Testing NFC Sunglasses That Can Pay for Stuff

Now when you lose your frames, you'll be extra screwed.

More From This Topic

Immigration

Tech Worker Visas Face Uncertain Future Under Trump, Sessions

H-1B visas admit 65,000 workers and another 20,000 graduate student workers each year.
Payments

PayPal's Latest Partnership Could Boost Users and Revenue

The move is expected to boost the revenue and number of users of the money-transfer service.
Starbucks

Starbucks' New Prepaid Card Lets Customers Earn Awards Anywhere

The prepaid card will be available later this year and usable at any retail locations that accept Visa.
Immigrants

'Pride and Prejudice': The Increasing Competitiveness of Foreign Students

How concerned should we be at the multitudes of foreign grads who want to come here?
Legal

Disney Lawsuit Highlights Issues With H-1B Visa System

Outsourcing companies are winning an outsize share of H-1Bs for a simple reason: the visa procurement process is a game of numbers, and they are going big.
Raising Capital

7 Tips For Businesses Looking for EB-5 Funding

The EB-5 program paves foreign investors a path to U.S. citizenship when they invest in American job-creating projects.
Immigration

Charging a Startup with a VISA -- Just Not the Kind You Think

Meet three visas that go beyond the familiar H-1B.
Mobile Payments

4 High-Tech Ways to Order Food That Didn't Exist Last Year

Smartwatches and beacons and telepathy, oh my!
Immigration

States Sue Obama Administration on Immigration

Seventeen states say the Obama administration acted illegally by issuing an executive order to ease the threat of deportation for millions of immigrants.