Entrepreneurs, innovators and employers rely on foreign talent to launch new businesses or supplement their local labor supply; however, business and employment-based immigration is expected to change significantly in the next four years and access to foreign talent may become more challenging.
Mr. Davis will address the current H-1B process and will forecast the changes that may come under President-elect Trump's administration. Mr. Davis will also discuss the impact these changes may have on recruiting and retaining foreign talent for various industries, such as technology, engineering, education, entertainment and health care.
Part 1: What Lies Ahead: Forecasting the 2017 Immigration and H-1B Landscape – December 15, 2016
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Part 2: Getting Down to Business: The H-1B Process from Soup to Nuts – January 18, 2017
Part 3: Special Issues in H-1B Visas – February 15, 2017