Foreign-born members ranked on The Forbes 400 list of wealthiest Americans have stories of determination during wartime in their home countries to groundbreaking entrepreneurial success in the Silicon Valley. Coming from Canada and as far away as China, 43 of the richest Americans are immigrants who relocated to the U.S. to live the American Dream. Their combined fortunes equal $289 billion, which is close to ten percent of the total wealth of the entire Forbes 400. If you would like the chance to live the American Dream, contact Green Card Lottery Experts for help with the U.S. immigration process. They will walk you through the steps of applying for the Green Card Lottery.
Five entrepreneurs are not only immigrants but have moved into the ranks in the past two years, since Donald Trump was elected president. Over 25 of them are richer than the President and are worth $3.1 billion. Google Cofounder Sergey Brin came to America as a refugee and is the ninth-richest person in the U.S. He and his family immigrated to America from Moscow in 1979 when he was only six years old. Brin, along with his family, were welcomed into the U.S. as refugees and settled in Maryland. He later pursued a Ph.D. from Stanford University. While there, he met friend Larry Page and the two dropped out of college to start the company, Google. Green Card Lottery Experts has a team of professionals ready to help you apply for the required visa to live and work in the U.S. Contact them today!
Brin, along with nine other immigrant entrepreneurs on The Forbes 400 list, began their tech empire in the Silicon Valley. Elon Musk, Pierre Omidyar, eBay founder, Peter Thiel, Palantir co-founder and WhatsApp co-founder Jan Koum are only a few. Koum was born in Kiev, Ukraine, and is now worth $19.6 billion. He started work sweeping floors at a supermarket in California and has now signed a $19 billion deal to sell his messaging app WhatsApp to Facebook. He chose to sign the papers selling his company at the welfare office where he had once stood in line for food stamps. Contact Green Card Lottery Experts for help with the U.S. immigration process.