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Latvian-Born Entrepreneur Hopes to Return to U.S. to Grow Company

August 23, 2016

Peteris Krumins is the co-founder and CEO of Browserling, a software company that lets web developers test new apps and websites across multiple browsers at once. Krumins founded Browserling while in the San Francisco Bay Area on a tourist visa and is currently forced to run the company from his home country, Latvia. Without obtaining…

Weekend Reading: Highlights from this week’s immigration news (August 15-19)

August 19, 2016

This week, Fortune explored presidential candidate Donald Trump’s immigration policy plan, and how it could impact American employers. “In a global world where people are competing for talent, we’re the country that everyone wants to come to,” said Jeremy Robbins, Executive Director of NAE. He added that complicating the immigration process could further incentivize companies…

Weekend Reading: Highlights from this week’s immigration news (August 8-12)

August 12, 2016

This week, business leaders from across the country voiced their support for our #ReasonForReform campaign, which officially launched on August 3. In an op-ed on Huffington Post, Jalak Jobanputra, Founding Partner of FuturePerfect Ventures, writes: “People from all across the world have great ideas, and we want those people to be formulating them, and founding…

Stanford Business School Grad Hopes Reform Will Allow Him to Keep Company in Silicon Valley

August 12, 2016

Russian-born immigrant, recent Stanford Graduate School of Business graduate, and entrepreneur Misha Esipov, 28, is “on a mission to improve immigrant lending around the world” and “build a cross-border credit bureau to connect U.S. lenders to international data.” His company, Nova Credit Inc., is developing an international credit passport system that allows people’s credit histories to follow them from…

Launching Today: NAE’s Reason for Reform Campaign and National Day of Action

August 3, 2016

Today we are excited to officially launch our Reason for Reform campaign. Reason for Reform calls on all those affected by our country’s broken immigration system—from farmers to tech leaders, students to faith communities, and others—to give their reasons for reform by recording brief, 30-second videos from cell phones or computers. Your video will be…

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