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      Investors Go Where Trump Won’t: To Immigrant Entrepreneurs
      ...veral reasons. Typically, the VCs are immigrants themselves, know firsthand how tedious and unpredictable the visa process can be, and want to help people in similar situations. One of Unshackled Ventures’s founding part...
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      Trump Threatens The Design Industry, And Design Is Fighting Back
      ...quickly—and besides, both parties in American politics were so pro-business that it was unlikely that the O-1 visa, which allows those of "extraordinary ability or achievement" to work in the U.S., would change. Liebel a...
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  2. About visa

    visa

    Visa is a global payments technology company that connects consumers, businesses, banks and governments in more than 200 countries and territories, enabling them to use digital currency instead of cash and checks.

    Visa has built one of the world’s most advanced processing networks.  It’s capable of handling more than 20,000 transactions per second, with reliability, convenience and security, including fraud protection for consumers and guaranteed payment for merchants. 

    Visa does not issue cards, extend credit or set rates and fees for consumers.  Visa’s innovations, however, enable its bank customers to offer consumers more choices:  Pay now with debit, ahead of time with prepaid or later with credit products.  In fact, approximately 70 percent of Visa payment transactions in the United States are debit and prepaid, not credit.

    Governments here and abroad have switched to digital currency instead of checks for benefits payments and purchasing in order to increase efficiency and lower costs, saving taxpayers money.

    From the world’s major cities to remote areas without banks, people are increasingly relying on digital currency along with mobile technology to use their money any time, make purchases online, transfer funds across borders and access basic financial services.  All of which makes their lives easier and grows economies.

  3. Quotes about visa

    1. When the push for comprehensive reform begins in the next few weeks, high-skilled visa reform has to be part of the package if the U.S. is going to compete, and succeed, in the 21st century.
      In Immigration Reform Proposals Hold Promise for Entrepreneurs
    2. The biggest thing about the startup visa is it allows you to get a visa on someone else's money.
      In As Startup Visa Bill Languishes, Entrepreneurs Leave the U.S.
    3. We would view Wal-Mart's lawsuit against Visa as not surprising given they opted out and this follows similar lawsuits from other large merchants who have opted out of the Merchant Litigation settlement.
      In Wal-Mart Takes $5 Billion Swipe at Visa Over Processing Fees