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Urge Lawmakers to Enact Immigration Reform
The Biden presidency will likely be friendlier to business immigration needs, however, there still may be challenges facing employers who supplement their work force with high-skilled foreign labor. President Biden has said he will work with Congress to first reform temporary visas to establish a wage-based allocation process and establish enforcement mechanisms to ensure they are aligned with the labor market and not used to undermine wages. He is supportive of expanding the number of high-skilled visas and eliminating the limits on employment-based visas by country, which create unacceptably long backlogs. However, employers should not expect all scrutiny of the high-skilled nonimmigrant visa programs to disappear with the Biden administration. 
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