New York, NY, July 09, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- US immigration specialists, ExecVisa, are giving away their USA visa guide book - free only for the month of July. The ebook has been published in a variety of languages (English, Spanish, Portuguese and Chinese). If you are an immigrant planning to live, work or do business in USA, this ebook saves you a great amount of your time and money. It cuts down on expensive legal fees and speeds up the process. ExecVisa included in the ebook extra bonus chapters on Intellectual Property matters, in the US and elsewhere.
The ebook, ExecVisa, is available as a free download on Smashwords at http://smashwords.com/profile/view/execvisa - use the promo code SFREE at the checkout.
This is an invaluable guide book since recent research findings validate the innovative and entrepreneurial nature of immigrants - the huge positive contributions immigrants make to the U.S. economy, that they are twice as likely to succeed!
Immigrant students $30.5 billion boost to the economy
This month's USCIS data revealed that, in comparison to last year, the number of international students in the U.S. on student visas grew from 1.11 million to 1.18 million. That's a 6.2% increase. Concurrent with this increase, other countries recognize the beneficial value of attracting students from outside their borders. The latest Open Doors report showed that international students, and their families, supported 373,000 jobs and contributed more than $30.5 billion to the U.S. economy in 2015.
Chinese and Indian immigrants embody Hi-tech expertise and entrepreneurial spirit
The number of Chinese students grew by +7.9% to 353,069 while the Indian share of students grew by +31.1% to 194,438. A breakdown of the data showed a 16% increase from 413,366 to 478,851 in F & M visa students studying science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects in the U.S. Surprisingly, 40% of all F & M visa students in the U.S. study STEM. Yet 82% of students, from India, pursue degrees in STEM. There are more STEM students who originate from India than any other country. Their Hi-tech expertise and entrepreneurial spirit is much sought after in a country which strives to be at the forefront of innovation."
Twice as likely to succeed
The latest ITIF survey found that immigrants make up 35.5% of U.S. innovators. These are defined as people who make 'meaningful and marketable innovations' to tech-related industries. Moreover, a recent INSEAD report showed that the U.S. continues to be the world leader at attracting inventive talent from abroad. Between 2001 and 2010, the U.S. attracted 194,608 foreign inventors. Since 1995, foreigners have accounted for more than half of the net increase in the sector of the labor force comprised of scientists and engineers in the U.S. Immigrants were involved in one in four technology start-ups in the U.S. between 1995 and 2005. It is an established fact that foreign talent are more likely to be entrepreneurs and innovators; are twice as likely to start a business and apply for patents at double that of the native rate.
US has many attractions
Switzerland is the leader in Europe at attracting immigrant inventors, according to the recent WIPO report. The Swiss system for innovation and business support has helped in attracting significant talent from nearby countries. Even so, with all of the countries of Europe combined, the U.S. is still the leader in attracting immigrant inventors. Registering companies and protecting intellectual property rights are very accessible to immigrants in the U.S. An individual can apply to register a trade mark online in that individual's name - without the necessity to partner with a U.S. Citizen or own a U.S. company as is the case in some countries.
Billions of dollars - Repatriating know how
The latest NFAP study found that immigrants started more than 50% of America's startup companies valued at $1 billion dollars or more and are key members of management or product development teams in over 70% of these companies. The research finds that among the billion dollar startup companies, immigrant founders created an average of approximately 760 jobs per company in the U.S. The collective value of the 44 immigrant-founded companies is $168 billion, which is close to half the value of the stock markets of Russia or Mexico. The findings help illustrate the increasing importance and contributions immigrants contribute to the U.S. economy.
ExecVisa is a team of experienced professionals and partners that advise and guide those seeking visas. They have a network of carefully selected strategic partners plus close ties to accomplish the various tasks. ExecVisa develop and compile all the necessary documents and reports required for submission to the US Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS). Most importantly, through the ExecVisa ebook and monthly events in various countries ExecVisa equip you with all that is demanded by USCIS’ strict scrutiny. They guide students, graduates, businesses, entrepreneurs and investors in identifying and seeking the most suitable form of visa to their needs.
ExecVisa PR Team