I asked an attorney few years ago, what law stops us from starting a business on H1b and H4 visa? ( I was already doing a business on H1b visa). He said on the live radio that it is not a law but it is a common sense. He added, H visa are in the USA to work and not to start a business. So according to him we are slave in this country and not supposed to do anything else other than a job.
H4 VISA can’t do a job but who stops them to start a business ? No agency is stopping you from starting a business. You may not be eligible for SSN but who cares? To start a business no-one is asking you for your SSN. You can still file a tax and take profit out of it. We lived in the darkness for too long and wasted plenty of opportunity.
A Form I-766 employment authorization document (EAD; ) or EAD card, known popularly as a work permit, is a document issued by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) that provides temporary employment authorization to noncitizens in the United States.
Let’s read it again, employment authorization not a business authorisation. So in order to start a business you don’t require to have an EAD card. EAD is to get a job. I don’t know how people make logic that EAD can start a business but without EAD its not?
Nevada and Delaware are the most popular states to register your companies from a foreign country due to tax purpose. To register your foreign business in Nevada, you must file an Application for Registration of Foreign Limited-Liability Company with the Nevada Secretary of State (SOS). You can download a blank application form from the SOS website.
For Delaware purposes, if your LLC is formed in another state, then it is known as a foreign LLC in Delaware. In other words, foreign doesn’t mean from another country. Instead, it means your business was organized under the laws of another state. A domestic LLC, on the other hand, is one that is formed in the state where it is doing business. This is common usage throughout the United States. For example, an LLC formed in Arizona is a foreign LLC in Colorado.
Many immigrants and refugees in the U.S. have college degrees or other advanced job training from their home countries. However, when these credentials aren’t accepted by domestic employers, they end up working in jobs far below their skill level. Upwardly Global is an organization dedicated to helping skilled immigrants work in jobs that suit their abilities. They work to connect employers with diverse talent, making them ideal for small businesses run by immigrants.
The Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization (IRCO) is involved in the needs of immigrants and refugees across a wide range of domains and issues. They provide social services, such as education and language services, but they also help to connect immigrants and refugees with skills and training that they need to succeed.
Femigrants exists at the intersection of immigration and feminism. Its goal is to provide a professional network for female immigrants who are entrepreneurs, business owners, or leaders in the STEM and business fields. They provide mentorship services, professional development and training, as well as special events intended to help diverse professionals succeed in the workplace.
SCORE is a resource partner of the Small Business Administration (SBA). In that role, they provide mentoring, workshops, and educational resources to entrepreneurs from all backgrounds, including immigrants and refugees.
“There are 180,000 refugee entrepreneurs in the United States collectively earning $4,600,000,000 in income — an average of $25,555 per person.”