2015 Guide: Moving Forward on Immigration: How the U.S. Employment-Based Immigration System Works – and How It Can Work Better

The Council for Global Immigration (CFGI) and the Society for Human Resource Management have complied a comprehensive guide, “Moving Forward on Immigration: How the U.S. Employment-Based Immigration System Works – and How It Can Work Better” that lays out the elements of the current, outdated system and puts forward solutions supported by U.S. employers to modernize it. The guide also features an overview of the employment based immigration system, key immigration terms and federal agencies that help any professional in understanding the complex U.S. immigration system. CFGI’s Principles for Immigration Reform are also included and help outline reforms endorsed by immigration professionals to ensure the U.S. employment-based immigration system advances employers’ ability to recruit, hire, transfer and retain top world talent. Other helpful information includes:  How reforms will help solve America’s skills gap; Must-know information on the president’s executive action; Important policy solutions that can make the system work better – from H-1Bs to worksite enforcement; Lessons from the global competition for talent; and more.

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