Last Updated on March 13, 2023
236,000 H-1B applications were filed in 2016, but only 85,000 visas were actually were awarded.
That’s a lot of foreign nationals still looking to bring their talents into the U.S.
Recent announcements from USCIS of heightened scrutiny on H-1B employers and a cap that doesn’t seem to be budging anytime soon are the main reasons organizations should consider alternative visa options.
The Alternatives to the H-1B Visa white paper offers insight into the current competitive landscape and what to do about it. Download this white paper to learn:
- Just how much demand is outpacing supply when it comes to hiring foreign nationals
- Which alternative visas can help you bring even more global talent into the fold
- How to grow your talent base while still remaining compliant
Free your organization from the H-1B cap. Download this white paper now to get started on finding alternatives to the competitive and highly-scrutinized H-1B visa.