February 14, 2018Published Article

Olivieri quoted in, “Access to Skilled Visas Could Become Even More of a Long Shot”

Bloomberg Law

Immigration attorneys are advising employers to seek H-1Bs for these groups of workers, José Olivieri of Michael Best & Friedrich in Milwaukee told Bloomberg Law Feb. 9. “Take as many opportunities at the H-1B as you can,” he said.

More than 100,000 H-4 spousal work permits have been issued since the program started in 2015, according to USCIS data.

The State Department issued 14,646 TNs to professionals from Mexico in fiscal year 2016, according to the most recent agency data. There were 122 TN visas issued to Canadian professionals that year.

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