The global work force here at home

Khan, Hamid; Thomas, Christopher
December 2005
ColoradoBiz;Dec2005, Vol. 32 Issue 12, pLB62
The article discusses the growth of the immigrant workforce in Colorado. From 1990 to 2000, the state's percentage of foreign-born residents increased by 189 percent. It is essential that businesses educate themselves about the evolving principle of immigration law. The post 9/11 world, immigration laws have undergone major procedural and substantive modifications including new developments affecting the H-1B visa.


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