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Suspension of H-1B premium processing now fully lifted

Time can be of the essence for a company when it comes to filling a given staffing need. Delays in a business being able to bring a prospective hire on board could impact the hiring’s ability to achieve the company’s workforce goals. So, one of the concerns a business may have when navigating immigration issues related to hiring a foreign worker is how long the process will end up taking.

Challenges of H-1B petitions up this year

Among the immigration matters that might come up for U.S. businesses in their efforts towards their workforce goals are H-1B visa matters. H-1B visas are a type of temporary U.S. work visa that employers can seek out for specialty workers from other countries.

Talent acquisition concerns can come up over work visa challenges

Acquiring the right talent can be critical for a business. Among the things that could pose challenges for U.S. companies when it comes to such acquisition are problems with procuring work visas. Such problems could make it much harder to bring in foreign talent to meet a company’s unique needs.

California No. 1 in the U.S. in DACA recipients

Whether a given immigrant would be able to legally work in the U.S. depends on many things. This includes what particular U.S. immigration programs they receive benefits through. The various visa and other immigration programs here in the U.S. vary in whether work permits are among the benefits immigrants can receive under them.

Report: Salaries up among H-1B workers

Some specialty workers from foreign countries work in the U.S. on an H-1B visa, a temporary work visa. Many things can have impacts on such workers. This includes what salary they receive. Their work salary can have major financial implications for an H-1B worker. Such implications, in turn, can have major impacts regarding a worker’s long-term goals.

Seeking a green card when already in the U.S.

Green card recipients vary greatly in their circumstances. This includes in what qualified them for a green card. There are a variety of routes through which a person could have green card eligibility. So, when thinking about pursuing a green card, an individual may want to discuss what eligibility routes might be available to them with an immigration lawyer.

  • American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • State Bar of California | California Board of Legal Specialization
  • Avvo
  • Orange County Bar Association
  • Irvine Chamber