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How a startup founder was tortured by the US H1-B visa process after graduating from an Ivy League college

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  • You’re ready to move to the US to go to college and then you want to start your own US company.
  • If a H-1B visa holder loses their job, the person must land another job within a few weeks with a company willing to sponsor the visa.

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@immigrationgirl: “Not only is the H-1B tough on start-ups, but now the new STEM OPT rule prohibits self-employment:”


Baderkhan came to the US in 1999 when he was 18 years old to study at Brandeis University on a full-ride academic scholarship. This is his story.


How a startup founder was tortured by the US H1-B visa process after graduating from an Ivy League college

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