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Bulls On Parole

A program under development by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services may offer a reprieve for foreign-born startup founders and their employees

Nigel Sharp isn’t making any plans past May 2017. He’s a U.K. citizen trying to build a startup in the U.S., which means he can’t get a conventional employer-sponsored work visa. His temporary one, granted with the support of the University of Colorado at Boulder as part of an entrepreneurship program, expires on May 28. “I have no clear path on what

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