Trump might kill next month’s new startup visa before it takes effect so soon.

United Kingdom
June 21, 2017 9:26pm CST
According to a report by the San Francisco Chronicle, the Trump administration may rescind or indefinitely delay the International Entrepreneur Rule, widely regarded as the U.S. version of a startup visa. Overseen by the Department of Homeland Security the rule is intended to “increase and enhance entrepreneurship, innovation, and job creation in the United States.” Anxiously awaited by the startup community, the rule was set into motion by the Obama administration just three days before the former president left office and set to go into effect on July 17. According to the official who shared a draft of a Federal Register notice with the San Francisco Chronicle, DHS intends to push the date the rule would become active into 2018 while it works on withdrawing it in a more permanent way.
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@andriaperry (46403)
• United States
22 Jun
I think I do remember something about that. Maybe it`ll work out for the best of everyone.
• United Kingdom
22 Jun
Well lot of people are gonna have travel issues as well as some countries would be given an extent restrictions now. We would see how its gonna work out.