From attempting to change the definition of specialty occupation to expanding in-person interviews to all employment based cases and countless other similar restrictive actions, the previous administration sought to restrict the ability for businesses to attract and retain the foreign talent they needed in many ways. Apart from U.S. businesses being adversely impacted, I know many of my AILA member colleagues saw clients lose faith in them when the immigration attorney wasn’t able to overturn inconsistent and capricious USCIS decisions. I believe attorneys suffered the callous consequences of an administration that relentlessly sought to shut down every aspect of immigration.

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