Insights from Envoy's Immigration Policy Survey

July 23, 2021

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.

Envoy’s Dick Burke, Stephanie Lewin and immigration policy adviser Chris Richardson take 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.

Click here to download the slide deck.

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