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2014 H-2B Cap Count Almost Reached

H-2B Visa If a U.S. employer is facing a problem where it cannot fill employment positions due to a lack of U.S. workers willing, able, or qualified to do the temporary work, the H-2B program may be a solution. The H-2B non-agricultural temporary worker program allows employers to bring foreign nationals into the country to… Read More

CBP Launches H-2 Temporary Worker Exit Program in Arizona

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) launched a pilot program on December 8, 2009, for exiting H-2A and B temporary workers. The program will be tested at San Luis and Douglas land ports of entry in Arizona and the pilot phase is expected to last about a year. H-2A (agricultural) and H-2B (nonagricultural) visas are… Read More