November 16, 2012
It doesn’t matter that Asaf Darash started a U.S. company and created 15 jobs here. Federal immigration officials might kick him out anyway.
It’s not that he did anything wrong. Rather, he’s tangled in a web of immigration policies that are tough on entrepreneurs.
Darash, 38, originally came here from Israel for college and returned in 2010 to launch Regpack, a software company in San Francisco. It’s growing so fast, the company already needs to add another 10 workers.