Immigration Alert: H-2B Cap Exemption Will Expire unless New Legislation Is Passed


In 2005 and 2006, Congress passed - and the President signed into law - legislation that impacts the availability of H-2B visas for temporary seasonal workers. This law is set to "sunset" on September 30, 2007. Key provisions integral to the success of many core U.S. industries (which, if they sunset, will have a tremendous adverse impact on such industries) are discussed below.

For more information, please see this Mintz Levin Immigration Alert.

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