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Employers prepare for H-1B filing season

Employers in Florida and around the country can begin submitting applications for H-1B visas on April 1, but many that do are likely to be disappointed. The H-1B visa is offered to foreign workers who have earned a college degree and possess special skills, but the sheer volume of applications received each year by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services greatly surpasses the number of available visas.

Tactics immigrants can use to obtain legal status in America

According to Pew Research, about 36 percent of immigrants living in Florida and throughout the United States have a college degree. That translates to about 14.7 million foreigners who have a college degree or other type of advanced degree. In a 2018 survey, 78 percent of American adults said they supported highly skilled immigrants coming to the United States. The U.S. offers four pathways for these immigrants to obtain legal status.

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