Employment Visa Restrictions: Past, Present, and Future

July 2, 2020 | Podcasts

While heightened restrictions on employment visas are not new, the COVID-19 pandemic and high unemployment numbers have led the U.S. to increase the limitations placed on a number of visas that businesses commonly use to fill their employment needs. Sang Shin provides a Fast Take on what the April 22nd and June 22nd restrictions on H-1B, L-1, and other visas mean for employers, how the nation got to this point, and what to expect for the remainder of year.

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