The White House Asks: Encouraging Immigrant Entrepreneurship
Earlier this week, the administration announced a series of new policies and outreach efforts that will help fuel the nation’s economy by making it easier for high-skill immigrants to start and grow companies and creates jobs here in the United States.
For more information about the new policies and efforts announced read the blog post from earlier this week from Director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, Alejandro Mayorkas.
These new policies will have a major impact on the U.S.’s ability to out-innovate and out-compete the rest of the world in the global economy but also on a personal level for potential and current immigrant entrepreneurs and their employees.
To find out what these new policies mean to you, we’re bringing back the White House Asks series, where we pose a question to our Facebook fans and Twitter followers to see what you have to say about important issues.
Next week, we’ll highlight some of the responses on the White House blog.
This week the White House Asks:
What do these new policies enabling immigrant entrepreneurship mean to you?
[Please note that the username, personal identifier or icon affiliated with responses may be posted on the White House blog.]