Employing International Workers, 2013 ed
Employing International Workers provides an authoritative, insider's perspective on understanding how the state of immigration law is affecting employers' hiring practices. Written by partners from some of the nation's leading law firms, this book examines recent trends such as increased regulatory enforcement, changing demographics, and the potential for upcoming reform. Covering a range of topics, from finding alternatives to commonly used visas to working with government agencies, these top attorneys analyze the legal elements involved with hiring non-U.S. citizens. These leaders also reveal their thoughts about employing foreign workers with high-level professional or academic qualifications and how that changes the immigration process.