Skip to Main Content

2016 Election Guide: A Guide to Trump-era Changes in Business Immigration

Date: 28 November 2016
K&L Gates has prepared “A Guide to Trump-era Changes in Business Immigration” to provide employers and foreign nationals working in the United States with meaningful information on expected changes to U.S. business immigration laws and policy under the upcoming Trump administration. Although specifics remain uncertain, we will focus squarely on what is known through policy statements, recent Republican immigration bills (particularly S. 2266, the “H-1B and L-1 Reform Act of 2015”), and post-election comments from the President-elect. We also take into account the inherent delays associated with new legislation, treaty negotiations, regulatory drafting and approval, and similar procedural factors.

This resource is presented in Q&A format, starting with general business immigration questions and followed by specific nonimmigrant categories and then employment-based green cards.

To view the complete guide online, click here.
Find more items tagged as: Public Policy and Law, US Election 2016
Return to top of page

Email Disclaimer

We welcome your email, but please understand that if you are not already a client of K&L Gates LLP, we cannot represent you until we confirm that doing so would not create a conflict of interest and is otherwise consistent with the policies of our firm. Accordingly, please do not include any confidential information until we verify that the firm is in a position to represent you and our engagement is confirmed in a letter. Prior to that time, there is no assurance that information you send us will be maintained as confidential. Thank you for your consideration.

Accept Cancel