USCIS Modifies H-2B Rules For Food Supply Employers – May 13, 2020

Posted on: May 13th, 2020
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USCIS has announced two changes to the H-2B rules designed to prevent disruptions in the food supply chain. First, employers will be able to employ H-2B workers already legally in the US in a nonimmigrant status for up to 60 days while an H-2B petition is pending. Second, the rule will allow workers to get extensions beyond three years of stay without requiring three months’ time spent outside the US.