|A bit of a problem on a Start Up||Post Reply|
|Nov 26 2012, 2:29am Anchor|
I met this guy over the internet a year ago and have been sharing ideas and concepts we have developed during our time in college. We've gotten to the point where we would like to possibly do a start up, but there is one problem. He lives in the UK and is unable to move here unless he applies for a work visa. The question I have is wether or not someone can sorta speed up the process if they co-found a company here in the states. I would really appreciate some help with this because all I have been finding either wants my email address for the information or just doesn't mention it. Thanks for reading this even if it might be in the wrong forums(could quite figure out which would be best and this one seemed closest to what I needed to ask).
|Nov 26 2012, 3:07am Anchor|
It might be possible to just create your studio entirely digitally, which would get rid of the conundrum. Unless it's absolutely vital that you and they get together physically, you two may could possibly be able to work that way. If it is though, I don't see why that couldn't help. I'm no expert though, so take what I'm saying with a baseball-sized lump of salt or two.
I-Novae Studios (the people behind Infinity: TQFE) was co-founded by a frenchman and an american, and, as far as I can tell, they've stayed on their respective sides of the atlantic so far.
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