The Department of Homeland Security just put out a notice to remove the International Entrepreneur Rule. So they are moving ahead to dismantle this rule.
Please see our earlier post on the subject here.
The notice in part reads:
“DHS is now proposing to eliminate the IE Final Rule because the department believes that it represents an overly broad interpretation of parole authority, lacks sufficient protections for U.S. workers and investors, and is not the appropriate vehicle for attracting and retaining international entrepreneurs.”
It’s unfortunate because the current administration just wants to dismantle this temporary workaround for the lack of a true “start-up” visa from the last administration.
The full notice from USCIS can be read below: