Insights From Envoy's Immigration Policy Survey

Tuesday, January 26, 2021 | 1 PM CT/ 2 PM ET | Duration: 45 min

Join Envoy’s Dick Burke, Stephanie Lewin and immigration policy adviser Chris Richardson for a closer look at how employers feel about immigration policy in the U.S. and the impact new rules and restrictions have had on their workforce.

The last several years have seen a notable number of changes to U.S. immigration policy, from the new H-1B electronic registration system, the Public Charge rule and various travel bans. In addition, lawmakers have proposed and debated additional legislation that could impact employment-based immigration, such as the creation of a points-based immigration system or a “Heartland” visa. To get a pulse of employer sentiment, Envoy Global recently fielded a survey to learn how these changes have and could impact organizations and their foreign national populations.


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