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The Entrepreneurial International Student: Opportunities and Pitfalls

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Entrepreneurial international students face hurdles beyond those of their classmates if they wish to start a business.  This course will examine the scope of restrictions on international students’ ability to start a business, and outline the visa options for business founders in US immigration law.

Learn how to:

·     start a business while on a student visa

·     avoid status violations while in the startup phase

·  obtain immigration benefits through a company you founded

 

Registration: Please visit www.sbdc.psu.edu/seminar-registration.asp.

If you are interested in meeting with Matt during his visit, email geweek@psu.edu  no later than noon on Nov 14,2013. Use “Meet Immigration Attorney” in subject line.  Details on how to facilitate that meeting will follow once the email has been received. 
Proof of attendance will be provided. Passport qualified event.

206 Willard

 

Audience: 
Students / Youth
Entrepreneurs / Startups
Investors / Mentors
Government / Policy Experts
Academics / Researchers
General
Other
Participants: 
83
Cost: 
free
  • When: 7:00-8:30 p.m.
  • Start: 18 November 2013
Willard Building, University Park
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Location

16802 University Park, PA

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Global Entrepreneurship Week is the world's largest celebration of the innovators and job creators who launch startups that bring ideas to life, drive economic growth and expand human welfare.

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