Investment and revenue thresholds for the International Entrepreneur (IE) program have increased.
Background: USCIS has been accepting IE parole applications since Dec. 2017 after a federal court vacated a delay put in place by the Trump administration. In May, the Biden administration formally withdrew a Trump administration plan that would have eliminated the IE parole program.
The increase in investment and revenue amounts is part of an automatic adjustment occurring every three years based on the Consumer Price Index. More information on eligibility requirements and the application process can be found on the IE parole program page.
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