A Health and Nutrition Employer’s Guide to Immigration Policy in a Trump AdministrationPublished: 12/05/2016
Note: This article is written by Immigration attorney Henry M. Mascia (Immigration attorney) we are sharing this article so every is aware and be prepared. This is not to create panic or speculation.
After months of uncertainty during the campaign season, employers finally know that Donald Trump will be the next president of the United States. The Trump administration, which takes power on Jan. 20, 2017, will likely bring fundamental changes to immigration law and policy. Although many of the details remain uncertain, employers who act now and remain up to date on current developments will have a significant competitive advantage.
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