Nachman Phulwani Zimovcak (NPZ) Law Group, P.C. - U.S. and Canadian Immigration and Nationality Newsletter and Update. (9.15.2013)

Dear Readers:

The U.S. has a well-established innovation economy, similar to other developed nations. But certain challenges exist for countries to attract talent to fuel these industries. Our current immigration system, which Congress has not substantially overhauled in more than two decades, hampers America's innovation economy from adequately attracting and retaining skilled individuals from the global pool of talent. What does this mean for a country such as the United States with a well-established innovation economy as other nations are becoming more welcoming?

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