U.S. Chamber of Commerce and others File Federal Lawsuit Over H-1b and DOL Regs

Late yesterday, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce along with a host of other businesses, trade associations, universities and research labs filed a Federal lawsuit against both the DOL and the DHS challenging the recent regulations which both published last week, significantly impacting the employment of high-skilled immigrants. The lawsuit alleges procedural defects in the promulgation… Continue reading U.S. Chamber of Commerce and others File Federal Lawsuit Over H-1b and DOL Regs

U.S. Chamber of Commerce Advocates Against the WH Plan

As described earlier this week, the White House has announced its intention to issue a Proclamation that would restrict legal immigration specifically, certain types of work visas. They also indicated their intention to issue regulations that would, effectively end the H-1b program and severely restrict the ability of international students to come into the U.S.… Continue reading U.S. Chamber of Commerce Advocates Against the WH Plan

More on CIR

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has once again reached out to Congress to advocate for CIR specifically urging action to insure that the U.S. has access to the top talent the world has to offer.

New report released on the role of foreign workers

Last week, the Information Technology Industry Council, Partnership for a New American Economy, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce released a new study, “Help Wanted The Role Of Foreign Workers In The Innovation Economy”. At a time when the focus of the U.S. Congress is on providing amnesty (a path to citizenship) for millions of… Continue reading New report released on the role of foreign workers