After the struggling economy significantly slowed demand for H-1B nonimmigrant work visas for the 2010 fiscal year, some Pennsylvania immigration law firms have turned their attention to wealthy foreign investors.

According to H. Ronald Klasko of immigration boutique Klasko Rulon Stock & Seltzer in Philadelphia, H-1B visa applications comprise the “nuts and bolts and bread and butter work” for many immigration firms, but a weakening job market in 2009 changed that.

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