In this article for Columbus Business First, Ken Robinson and Bano Itayim discuss the current state of employment-based immigration law under the Trump administration.
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Immigration seems to be one of the most divisive issues in America today. Employment-based immigration has always been a complicated area of law; now throw in a dash of reversals in long-held government policies, a sprinkling of new regulations and a handful of new procedures resulting in increased denials of immigration benefits, and you have a recipe for disaster.
“Buy American, Hire American” is the shortened title of an Executive Order issued by President Trump in March 2017. The administration is building a wall around the U.S. economy, making it more expensive and less desirable for employers to obtain foreign national talent. [read more]