March 26

Immigration Solutions For Medical, Agriculture And Foreign Investment During COVID-19


Easing certain immigration restrictions can help solve medical, agricultural and economic problems as #COVID19 takes hold of the U.S.

  • Healthcare workers are becoming overtaxed as hospitals are inundated.
  • Food supply chains are slowing from a lack of agricultural workers.
  • The economy is in recession as overall productivity slumps.

Jon Velie, CEO of OnlineVisas, talks about:

  • #H1B – for more doctors
  • #EB2 #EB3 – for schedule one occupations, i.e., nurses
  • #O1 visa – for exceptional ability doctors
  • #TN visa – for physicians from Canda and Mexico
  • #J1 – for international residency doctors
  • #H2B – for agricultural workers
  • #EB5 – for foreign investors to stimulate the economy
  • #USCIS closures, Service Center operations, and Premium Processing Plus paid/unpaid leave and termination of foreign-nationals. Unemployment, Medicaid, and exceptions to the #publiccharge rule.

About the author: Jon Velie has practiced Immigration law since 1993. He is CEO of OnlineVisas

Jon is an Amazon number one best-selling author of H-1B Visa: Application & Approval, is regularly covered by major media and has won a number of international awards. Jon was also pivotal in the Cherokee Freedmen Supreme Court case.

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