P512 - Combating the global immigration minefield for European startups, with Elizabeth Jamae, Corporate Immigration Partners

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Within the context of the startup, grow up and scale-up life cycle of a venture backed tech company, the topic of internationalisation soon emerges and typically the focus of the discussion is on the US. From our personal experience and from discussions with founders we know that a critical success factor is one of the founders, and often a few hand picked employees, moving to the US. This process can be a minefield and requires dedicated time and effort.

Highlights:
- Doing your research and considering the planning piece is key for combating the global immigration minefield
- Building a strong network is vital for expansion
- There are three primary visas for the UK: E Visa, L Visa, O1 Visa

Stephen Millard and Paul Papadimitriou discuss this topic with Elizabeth Jamae the founding partner at Corporate Immigration Partners. Elizabeth supports European Notion companies address their immigration challenges getting into the US, and is responsible for immigration strategy and implementation.
Read more: https://notion.vc/resources/combating-the-global-immigration-minefield-for-european-startups/

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