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Israel is going to start giving entrepreneurs special immigration visas

Israel is poised to launch a dedicated immigration visa for tech entrepreneurs "within weeks," according to Avi Hasson, the Chief Scientist of the Ministry of Economy of the State of Israel. Several hundred entrepreneurs from around the world will be welcomed to Israel — often dubbed the "Startup Nation" — under the new visa, said Hasson during an interview with Business Insider at his office in Tel Aviv on September 26.
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