Slowing Economy Presents Window of Opportunity


Many employers who, in the past, might have shied away from the procedural expense and processing delays associated with petitions to sponsor foreign specialty workers under the H-1B visa program, might now wish to consider seeking foreign worker support.

A recent report by the American Universities Admission Program (the “AUAP”) notes that the numbers of H1B applicants has diminished this year, in remarkable contrast to just a few years ago when more than 230,000 applications were filed for 65,000 visa openings within days.

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