Immigration -- Specialty Visas

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    Employers that recruit foreign workers to fill a position in the United States must ensure that the individual has obtained authorization to work in the U.S. to satisfy immigration laws. In appropriate circumstances, this can be accomplished by the employer sponsoring, and obtaining approval from the United States Citizenship and Immigration...

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    The Department of Labor’s H-2B program is designed to help employers fill positions when there is a temporary shortage of U.S. workers available to perform certain jobs. The program lets foreign workers enter the United States on a temporary basis -- as long as the wages and working conditions of U.S. workers are not compromised. In...
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    The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has announced it will conduct 25,000 onsite inspections of employers with foreign employees during this fiscal year. That's almost 20,000 more H-1B inspections than the previous fiscal year! And employers are already being targeted. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) just announced...
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    A recently enacted federal immigration law imposes additional fees on you but will allow more foreign nationals to work in the United States under H-1B status this year. New law's provisions A new law enacted on December 8, 2004, has several provisions relating to immigration, including some that will create...
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