Immigrants are 30 percent more likely to start businesses than non-immigrants.
From national grocery chains to one-woman printing stores, immigrants continue to flock to the US and become their own bosses.
Andre Wechsler, a German immigrant living in New York's East Village, saw a gap in the market and decided to take a chance to fulfil a dream.
He opened the only German Currywurst restaurant in the area two years ago, and I stopped by to see how business is going.
Why do you think immigrants are more apt to open their own business than non-immigrants? Are you a recent immigrant who has opened a business? What hurdles have you had to overcome?