Immigration & Start-Ups: Talk with Dan Berger, Attorney at Curran & Berger, LLP.
Friday, April 12, 2013 from 11:30 AM to 12:15 PM (EDT)
New Haven, CT
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Immigration and Start-Ups: Talk with Dan Berger, Attorney at Curran & Berger, LLP
Dan Berger, Attorney at Curran & Berger, LLP.
April 12, 2013, 11:30AM @ YEI (55 Whitney Ave. 2nd Flr)
Lunch will be served. Please RSVP.
On April 12, Dan Berger, attorney at Curran & Berger, LLP., will be at the Yale Entrepreneurial Institute to talk about working in a start-up or starting your own company on a student visa and what to do if you have foreign-born co-founders and employees.
Dan Berger is a frequent speaker at colleges, universities, and nonprofits on immigration issues. He won the 1995 American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) annual writing competition for an article on INS policies toward international adoptions. Mr. Berger has also been a Senior Editor of the Immigration and Nationality Law Handbook since 2000, was an Author/Editor of the revised National Association of Foreign Student Advisers' Manual (2000), Editor-in-Chief of Immigration Options for Academics and Researcher (2005 and now the new edition 2011), and the Editor of the International Adoption Sourcebook. He currently is Vice Chair of the AILA Healthcare Committee and a member of the AILA Nebraska Service Center Liaison Committee, having previously served in many liaison positions. Mr. Berger developed his interest in immigration in college, where he studied immigration history and taught English as a Second Language for adult refugees. He is a graduate of Harvard College and Cornell Law School.
Join us for this informative talk on how to navigate the entrepreneurship and immigration space!
When & Where
Yale Entrepreneurial Institute & InnovateHealth Yale
About the Yale Entrepreneurial Institute
The Yale Entrepreneurial Institute is a University department that supports the efforts of Yale students to launch successful, scalable ventures. YEI is staffed by experts with deep scientific and business expertise and provides access to a Mentor Network of more than 100 experts. YEI offers year-round services to student entrepreneurs to develop and launch their businesses, including the Venture Creation Program for nurturing early-stage startups, the Technology Commercialization Program for forming faculty-student startups around cutting-edge research and the competitive 10-week Summer Fellowship where teams are given the funding, tools and connections to launch viable businesses by the summer’s end. There are currently 75 active YEI companies that have raised over $70 million in funding and created over 300 jobs. More information is available at yei.yale.edu.
About InnovateHealth Yale
Innovate Health Yale is committed to one concept: change. We are a group of Yale faculty, program directors, and students focused on using the principles of entrepreneurship and innovation to promote health and prevent disease. InnovateHealth Yale is a home for those at Yale interested in creating innovative solutions to health challenges. We will train students to become change agents, catalyze interdisciplinary entrepreneurial efforts to address national and global health problems, and bring to Yale social innovators as role models and mentors. More information is available at innovatehealth.yale.edu.