After the struggling economy significantly slowed demand for H-1B nonimmigrant work visas for the 2010 fiscal year, some Pennsylvania immigration firms have shifted gears. H-1B visa applications are bread and butter work for many immigration firms, says Philadelphia lawyer Ronald Klasko, but a weakening job market in 2009 changed that. Enter the EB-5 immigrant investor program, which awards visas to wealthy foreigners willing to invest in a commercial enterprise that will employ 10 full-time U.S. workers.
Immigration Lawyers Looking to Foreign Investor Visas
The Legal Intelligencer
January 12, 2010