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Some Employers May Be Able to Utilize Foreign Talent without an H-1B

With an estimated 148,000 petitions rejected from this year’s H-1B cap lottery, employers are struggling to come up with creative options to secure the talent they need to conduct business in the US. The Mintz Levin immigration team has outlined a number of different legally viable options for employers to explore in order to ensure their personnel needs are met.

The Mintz Levin Immigration Blog is doing a series on alternatives to the H-1B visa. So far they have covered the B-1 visa, foreign trade and treaty visas, and concurrent H-1B employment. For more immigration law updates, be sure to subscribe to Immigration Law.

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