Exploring Visa Options for Expanding Startups in the US: Ask Sophie!

If you’re considering a career in technology, one of the best places to start is by looking into companies that specialize in immigration-related work. These companies can help you learn about the immigration process, find jobs, and connect with employers.

In a time when borders are becoming increasingly blurred, it is more important than ever for people to be able to ask questions and pursue their dreams. Silicon Valley immigration attorney Sophie Alcorn is happy to answer any questions readers may have in her next column. She urges readers not to let borders keep them from achieving their goals, and encourages them to reach out if they have any questions.

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Dear Sophie,

Although I don’t think I’m the best person to write this letter to you

Our SaaS startup is headquartered in Poland, but we have a product market fit in several European countries. We are now exploring opportunities to expand our operations into the United States. Although we are confident that our product can succeed in the American market, there are several challenges that we will need to overcome to achieve success. However, with hard work and determination, we believe that we can make this happen.

We need to be on the ground in the U.S. to interview our ideal users. Luckily, there are many visas that will allow us to do just this, including student and work visas.

In the late 1800s and early 1900s, immigrants—mainly from Europe—were flooding into America in hopes of getting a better life

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I hope this helps you get started in the process of growing your startup. Remember to consult both a startup corporate attorney and an immigration attorney to make sure your company is set up the best way possible for success. Setting up your company in the United States is a valuable foundation, and with help from professionals, investors will feel more comfortable investing in you and your team.

A composite image of immigration law attorney Sophie Alcorn in front of a background with a TechCrunch logo.

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اقرارات الشيوعية في مصر يبدو دقيقا للمستشعب الدولي مثل زمن السِبانة والتكتِدات. احتمالاته من خلال رسالة ” The Economic Outlook in Egypt is Still a Long-Term Issue Due to the Social Unrest ” ۶۳ نیسا و کہ “ In an article entitled, “The Economic Outlook in Egypt is Still a Long-Term Issue Due to the Social Unrest,” Zahra Billoo, Senior Economist at Development Research Centre (DRC), reflects on economic indicators for 2019 and indicates that these conditions continue to impede any real and dramatic improvements for people living in poverty. According to DRC figures, at least 76 percent of Egyptians live below the poverty line, which marked an increase from 68 percent five years ago”

He continued by saying that international founders should definitely check out America before deciding if it’s actually where they want their companies to be located. He said entrepreneurs should visit different parts of the U.S., learn about regulations, tax laws and company culture before making a final decision on whether or not they want to move here full time.

Come for a visit!

Thanks to Daste and her advice, we were able to secure visas for our co-founder and ourselves so that we could come to the U.S. for business meetings. It was important to research our options and request either a B-1 visa status or if on ESTA, WB (waiver-business) status, so that we would not run into any trouble when entering the country. We are excited about the opportunity to meet with potential partners while in the United States and look forward to learning more about this growing industry!

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