Georgia – Southern Hospitality – Cosmopolitan Opportunity

Known to many as the “Empire State of the South,” Georgia has experienced tremendous growth in both economy and population during the last several years. The state is an economic powerhouse with growing global significance and a history of contributing to vital industries, like agriculture, mining, logistics, tourism, STEM fields … Read more

Maryland – Primed for Innovation

In Maryland, the success of the state as a whole largely depends on the success of its immigrants. The United States has many pockets where foreign entrepreneurs tend to prefer to move and open new businesses, due in part to friendly local attitudes towards foreigners, and Maryland is one of … Read more

Nevada – Golden Opportunities in the Silver State

As a state, Nevada is heavily dependent on and populated by immigrants, many of whom are business owners and entrepreneurs. Nevada’s immigrant population has exploded since 1990, when it was just 8.7%, to 19.3% in 2014. As of August 2016, there were about 548,186 immigrants living in Nevada, and they … Read more

New York – The “Capital of the World”

When it comes to international notoriety, perhaps no other state is as immediately recognizable as New York. New York City, in particular, is the ultimate source of Americana, and most people can instantly identify landmarks like Times Square, the Empire State Building, and the Statue of Liberty without ever having … Read more

Colorado Immigration – Mile-High Opportunity

As a state known for its distinct but welcoming culture, expanding economy, natural beauty, and openness to new ideas, Colorado represents a wealth of opportunities for immigrant entrepreneurs. As of 2015, Colorado had the fourth-largest number of start-up companies in the United States, up from seventh-place in 2014. As of … Read more

Massachusetts Immigration – The Technology Bay

As the home of the first New England colony in Plymouth, which was founded in 1620 by the Pilgrims, Massachusetts has been a haven for immigrants since before the United States became a sovereign nation. Massachusetts has a GDP of $493.7 billion and is home to about 6.8 million people … Read more

California Immigration – Embracing Innovation

California, as an international hub for a huge variety of industries, has never been more open to the innovation and economic boost brought to the state by immigrant entrepreneurs. In California, immigrant entrepreneurs create jobs, increase revenue, and contribute heavily to the state’s economy. Highly-skilled immigrants able to work in … Read more

Immigration in Florida – A Spanish Language Hub

In terms of economic impact, few states have been as heavily influenced by immigrant entrepreneurs and foreign-born citizens as Florida. Immigrants comprise an enormous segment, about one-fifth, of Florida’s voting population as of 2012, and the State’s immigrants, primarily Latinos, and Asians possess over $150 billion in purchasing power as of … Read more