December 17, 2019
By Laura D. Francis
A case pending in federal district court in Texas could deal a deadly blow to what immigration attorneys say is a key Trump administration tactic in its crackdown on the H-1B specialty occupation visa.
For nearly two years, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has been handing H-1B approvals to information technology consulting companies that allow workers to remain on the visa for only a few weeks or months at a time, despite a request for the full three years allowed. Read the full story at Bloomberg law.
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