As the new administration aims to reform legal immigration and curb what has been referred to as “uncontrolled foreign worker admissions,” it is almost certain that the H-1B program will not survive in its current form.
As the new administration aims to reform legal immigration and curb what has been referred to as “uncontrolled foreign worker admissions,” it is almost certain that the H-1B program will not survive in its current form. Doug Griswold KRT
As the new administration aims to reform legal immigration and curb what has been referred to as “uncontrolled foreign worker admissions,” it is almost certain that the H-1B program will not survive in its current form. Doug Griswold KRT

Employers should start preparing for tougher U.S. immigration laws

January 08, 2017 4:07 PM