Immigration / Jobs

This young founder has to choose between his startup and staying in Philadelphia

In a guest post on National, Drexel grad Aradhya Malhotra explains his immigration predicament.

Aradhya Malhotra (far right) and his team at Skyless Game Studios. (Courtesy photo)

Aradhya Malhotra founded a social impact game studio, runs a game design mentorship program with the City of Philadelphia and provides hands-on experience at his studio for nearly two dozen Drexel student interns.
But it doesn’t really matter. At least not in his fight to stay in the United States. Malhotra, 24, isn’t a U.S. citizen and there aren’t straightforward ways for entrepreneurs to stay in the country. That’s why he essentially has to choose between running his startup or staying in Philadelphia.
Read his story on National

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