Why America needs a startup visa

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By now, you may have heard the story of Kunal Bahl, the Wharton-educated Indian entrepreneur, who, unable to obtain a visa to stay in the U.S. and start his business here, took his ideas and skills back to his home country. In 2010, he launched New Delhi-based Snapdeal, India’s version of Amazon, valued at around $5 billion. Increasingly, Bahl’s story is becoming a familiar one. Every year, young people from countries across the globe graduate from U.S. colleges and universities brimming with new ideas for business ventures. Many put these aspirations on hold to pursue careers with U.S. employers –…

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