Deciding to visit another country doesn’t mean just hopping on the next available flight and hoping for the best. Depending on the country, there are often several requirements that need to be met and additional documentation for those hoping to stay and work for extended periods. That’s where Milwaukee-based International Travel Assistance (ITA) comes in.
The startup, which was recently named a grant winner through the FOR-M tech startup incubator, will serve as a one-stop shop for both students and workers looking to travel aboard temporarily but still maintain their source of income.
Mitchelle Lyle, founder of ITA, drew from her own experiences in traveling abroad as the inspiration for helping others looking to do the same.