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Jan 30, 2018

Practice Director Jonathan Grode Speaks Today on National AILA Webinar about H-1B visas

Jonathan A. Grode

January 30, 2018 – U.S. Practice Director Jonathan Grode will be co-presenting a national webinar today for The American Immigration Lawyers Association at 2:00 pm EST, discussing recent trends in H-1B approvals and the upcoming H-1B season. The discussion will examine how the “Buy American and Hire American” Executive Order and the 2017 USCIS Computer Programmer Policy Memorandum have affected the rate of H-1B approvals. To register for the live webinar click here.

 

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