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Quick Facts

27,654 Migrant Workers employed under the Bilateral SAWP, 2009.1
 
30,488 Migrant Workers employed under the Employer-Based Pilot Project, 2009.2
 
20,861 Migrant Workers employed under the Live-in Caregiver Program, 2009.3
 
14,000 Migrant Workers employed under IOM’s Guatemalan Program, since 20034

Publications

"Visa Pages" - U.S. Temporary Foreign Work Programs - New Edition
Updated edition of Visa Pages is now available! 
 
"Visa Pages" is a one-stop resource to find comprehensive information about the various non-immigrant visas U.S. employers use to bring temporary foreign workers from all over the world to work in the U.S. 
 
January
2017
Recruitment Rules: Countries of Employment

"Recruitment Rules: Countries of Employment" details the legal framework for international labor recruitment in four common temporary work programs - the United States nonimmigrant H-2A (agricultural) and H-2B (nonagricultural) visas, and the Canadian Temporary Foreign Worker Program and the bilateral Special Program for Agricultural Workers with Mexico and Caribbean nations.

August
2016

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