Some small South Florida businesses are finding the so-called “Gateway to Latin America” opens only so far when they try to hold onto their executives and managers.

Immigration attorneys say the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has taken a stricter view of multinational executives. As a result, the agency is denying more L-1 visas, which allow international transfers of employees with specialized knowledge.

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