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The Startup Visa: Key to Job Growth & Economic Prosperity in America Kindle Edition
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With focus on US policy, she probes and demands us to join her in the movement to shine the light on the issue at hand and what we stand to lose if immigration laws are not changed.
She accomplishes this by not only blending history but also providing real life examples today about the importance of the Startup Visa if US desires to continue staying relevant in the world. Examples include Alibaba (think Amazon, eBay, Paypal combined) - the Chinese ecommerce behemoth with market valuation surpassing that of Walmart or India quickly turning into the de facto as incubator and technology hub.
Reality is that entrepreneurship and innovation is happening all around the world. Many of these brilliant entrepreneurs would reside in the US if it weren’t for the current immigration laws. The call for a policy change is as much about increasing job creation as it is about reviving US as the innovation powerhouse; a place to reside in -- inviting top talent from around the world and removing the impasse these talented and ambitious entrepreneurs face today.
What struck me most was that the author, also an immigrant, lawyer and entrepreneur draws directly from her own personal experience and of her clients to write this very critical book. She makes a compelling argument that is hard not to take to heart because she experienced it first hand. I read this book from start to finish and it inspired me to be an advocate. As a technology consultant having worked on global projects, the change she is advocating for seems like a no-brainer to me and the urgency is very real.