June 12, 2013
Bursting with ideas, ambition and energy, legions of immigrants run headlong into the reality of U.S. immigration law.
For Lina Chen it was the balancing act of starting a new company and having to leave the U.S. just as she needed to meet with potential investors.
For Tomas Hernandez Mendoza it was the hours that would-be employers spent on the phone, trying to get a visa so they could hire him.
And for Ximena Hartsock, it is the uncertainty of waiting, and waiting, for her citizenship to be approved.
Congress is in the thick of the debate over easing immigration rules. The CE industry is focused on legislative proposals, such as the Startup Act and I-Squared that would make...