The H-1B visa program allows employers to supplement their current workforce with highly skilled foreign workers.
What does HSFW stand for?
HSFW stands for Highly Skilled Foreign Workers
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- Hull Sonar Functional Segment
- Hawkeye State Fire Safety Association (Iowa)
- Heart and Stroke Foundation South Africa
- Haverhill-Salem Figure Skating Club (Salem, NH; est. 1972)
- Human Space Flight Support Office
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- High School Future Teachers Club (Buffalo State University of New York)
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- Health Strategies Group, Inc.
- Helicopter Services Group
- Hemi-Spherical Grain
Samples in periodicals archive:
Part of the solution to enlarge a skilled workforce was to expand the supply of highly skilled foreign workers because of insufficient American skilled workers.
THE HAGUE, The Netherlands, September 17, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- The introduction of caps on employment of highly skilled foreign workers and intra-company transfers would stifle the UK's economic recovery and damage its competitive position longer term.
GAO-03-883 September 10, 2003 The continuing use of H-1B visas, which allow employers to fill specialty occupations with highly skilled foreign workers, has been a contentious issue between U.
INFLOWS OF HIGHLY SKILLED FOREIGN WORKERS The Japanese government's Statistics Bureau has reported data on the number of foreigners who entered Japan by status of residence.
VISAS: Wants to increase visas for highly skilled foreign workers by 85,000 annually, to 200,000, for three years; favors increase in visas fees.
The high-tech victories, Jasinowski said, included bills to prepare for the Year 2000, expand the "H-1B" immigration visa program for highly skilled foreign workers, reform securities litigation, place a moratorium on new internet taxes, and extend the research and development tax credit.
economy toward an innovative entrepreneurial economy published earlier this year, Kauffman Foundation researchers said the nation could benefit from more enlightened immigration policies, designed to attract and retain highly skilled foreign workers and potential entrepreneurs.