High-Skilled Immigration in a Time of High Uncertainty

For decades, business immigration law, and high-skilled business immigration in particular, was something of a transactional practice.  There was little debate that our country benefits when American employers have access to the world’s best and brightest talent, and while there were difficult cases, there was also a substantial level of predictability. Quite simply, software engineers, financial analysts, doctors, and scientists qualified for H-1B status. The biggest challenge, in years when our economy was strong, was whether our clients would be selected for one of the limited H-1B visas.  If you made it over that hurdle, business immigration lawyers could...

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