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High-Skilled Immigration

Immigration Policy and Current Adjudication Standards Provide Challenges for Employers
23
Apr

Immigration Policy and Current Adjudication Standards Create Challenges for Employers

Current adjudication standards pose new and continuing challenges to employers seeking to hire foreign national employees Federal immigration data underscores the challenges employers are facing as a result of the current U.S. immigration process. For example: In fiscal year (FY) 2019, the request for evidence (RFE) rate for H-1B petitions increased to 40.2%, compared to...
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Higher Education and the Current State of International Student Enrollment in the U.S.
16
Dec

Higher Education and the Current State of International Student Enrollment in the U.S.

Higher education remains a key driver for high-skilled migration into the U.S. The U.S. has long been regarded as one of the top destinations for foreign nationals pursuing a postgraduate degree, with nearly 1.1 million international students studying in the country in 2018. For many of these students, a U.S. education is an entry point...
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Immigration Remains Key Driver of U.S. Economic Growth and Competitiveness in Innovation Sector
02
Dec

Immigration Remains Key Driver of U.S. Economic Growth and Competitiveness in Innovation Sector

High-skilled immigrants contribute to continued U.S. success in global economy Immigration as a whole has been a hot-button issue in the U.S. as of late, but missing from the conversation is the role of high-skilled immigration in American progress. Data from The Global Talent Imperative shows that through tax contributions, entrepreneurship and innovation, immigrants are...
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