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Immigration

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Considering the globalization of the economy, immigration and its laws are extremely relevant for business owners and entrepreneurs in the United States. Many businesses search for talent abroad -- or else hire foreign workers living in the United States -- so it's important for both business owners and foreign workers to understand the immigration visas available to foreign professionals in the United States.