Immigration is a cornerstone of the American identity, but it’s also a cornerstone of American entrepreneurship. From industrial titans like Andrew Carnegie to modern corporate leaders like Elon Musk, non-native business men and women have shaped the American economy for hundreds of years. The Center for American Entrepreneurship found more than 40 percent of the companies on the 2017 Fortune 500 list were founded by either immigrants or children of immigrants.

Despite this presence, experts say immigrating to the U.S. is complicated and, at times, difficult. The visa application process alone can be difficult to navigate, and long processing times add to the complexity of starting or joining a business in the United States. However, there are some important steps to take to fully understand the process and better position yourself for success once your business is up and running.

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