Employment-based immigration reform is poised to remain in the spotlight leading up to the 2020 presidential election and continues to be a concern for U.S. business leaders, investors, entrepreneurs, students and university administrators.
With proposed changes to several government work authorization programs, the outcome of the election could have an effect on U.S. employers and their foreign employee populations.
Hear from Chris Richardson, COO at BDV Solutions and an immigration policy adviser to several Democratic presidential candidates.
Richardson discusses the upcoming presidential election and what it means for employment-based immigration.
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