The Race for Skilled Foreign Talent and its Impact on U.S. Immigration Policy and the World

Immigration is a prominent topic this election season, and April 1 is the first day the U.S. government accepts applications for the sought-after H-1B visa for high-skilled foreigners. That same day, join the Center for  Law, Economics & Finance to better understand what this "race for skilled foreign talent" means for U.S. immigration policy and the world. 

This event is co-sponsored by The Washington Center.


Panelists:

Neil Ruiz, Executive Director
Center for Law, Economics and Finance
George Washington University Law School
 
Miryam Hazan, Consultant
Inter-American Development Bank
 
Alma Alfaro, Director
Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce