The “Other” Work Visas: H-2s, J-1s, and H-3s - Recording (.MP3)
Once the H-1B quota is exhausted, practitioners should consider non-traditional temporary work visas that give U.S. employers access to talent. This group of experts will discuss unskilled, highly skilled, and professional workers who meet the “seasonal,” “peak load,” and “one-time occurrence” needs of U.S. employers. The speakers also will compare the following types of noncitizens who could gain training through the J or H-3 training programs: entry-level, young, and not-so-young professionals.
- The New H-2B Regulations 66,000 Visas Later: What Works and What Doesn’t?
- Timing: The Employer’s “Season,” When to Get a Prevailing Wage Determination, and When to File with DOL and USCIS
- How to Get Boots on the Ground: Group Processing for H-2Bs at U.S. Consulates
- Nuanced Understanding: “Seasonal,” “Peak Load,” and “One-Time Occurrence”
- Training Programs: Selecting a J-1 Program and Drafting J-1 and H-3 Training Plans
- “Temporary” for H-2s, J-1s, and H-3s: Intent to Return and Unrelinquished Domicile
- Can the Employee Obtain Permanent Residence?
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