As U.S. Cracks Down on H1-B Visas, Latin America Adds Fast-Track Alternatives for Entrepreneurs and Investors
More and more entrepreneurs are setting up offices in Latin America where they can still hire talented foreigners without any visa hassle.
If there is a "dreamer'' on your team, offer moral support but don't make promises you can't keep.
Companies are now more cautious about whether the talents onboard are aligned with their strategic growth policies, says top recruitment consultancy.
The industry will find a way around and we will convert that threat into an opportunity, like we did previously - Ashok Soota on Trump-Visa issue
The current system is a boon for foreign job placement firms but does little to help promising startups looking for talent that's in short supply.
If a member of your team from one of the seven Muslim-majority nations leaves the US, you can no longer assume their visa will get them back in.
Meet three visas that go beyond the familiar H-1B.