Hiring Highly Skilled Foreign Grads - Beating the H-1B CapEmployment Law Strategist
On April 1, 2010, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service will begin accepting H-1B Specialty Occupation visa petitions. The H-1B is the work visa most commonly used by employers to hire highly skilled foreign workers. Despite the economic downturn, employers are encouraged to begin preparing and filing H-1B petitions on behalf of their employees to ensure that work authorization is secured.
Pryor Cashman Partner Colleen Caden, Chair of the firm’s Immigration Law Group, has written four informative articles about the H-1B.
The first article, entitled Hiring Highly Skilled Workers: Preparing for the 2010 H-1B Cap Season, has been published on the website of the Society For Human Resource Management. To read the article, please click here.
The second article, entitled The Annual H-1B Cap Season Is Under Way, was published by Law 360 on March 24, 2010. To read the article, please click here.
The third article is an informative Legal Update about the H-1B entitled H-1B Filing Season Begins April 1, 2010. To read the update, please click here.
The fourth article, entitled Hiring Highly Skilled Foreign Grads - Beating the H-1B Cap, appears in the May 2010 edition of Employment Law Strategist, an ALM publication. To read the article, please click here.