Apr 2013

Immigration attorneys see jump in H-1B visa work

ST. LOUIS (ST. LOUIS BUSINESS JOURNAL) — The first weeks in April are usually a busy time for accountants and tax attorneys who are racing to meet the tax filing deadline. This year they have company. Immigration attorneys are scrambling to meet a deadline of sorts as well. April 1 marked the first day the federal government started accepting applications for temporary work visas for highly-skilled computer programmers, scientists and medical professionals under the H-1B visa program