Employers are advised that it’s time to ensure strict compliance with immigration regulations.
Here are five pro-active steps U.S. employers can take to ensure they are prepared for this increased scrutiny by USCIS and FDNS:
USCIS first conducted administrative site visits in 2009 with the aim of ensuring employer compliance with the H-1B rules.
The new H-1B specialty occupation guidance appears to state that an entry-level computer programmer position should generally not be considered a specialty occupation.
It appears that President Donald Trump will continue his assault on U.S. immigration, with a new executive order Protecting American Jobs and Workers by Strengthening the Integrity of Foreign Work Visa Programs.
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