Coronavirus Policies Create New Challenges for Employers and Immigrant Workers

Trump’s “immigration ban” won’t have much of an impact on companies — for now

The coronavirus has forced employers to adjust to new economic realities and ever-changing guidance on health, safety and staying at home. Companies that employ immigrants and foreign nationals face even more challenges as decisions like furloughs, wage cuts and remote work create new compliance obligations or jeopardize a worker’s status in the U.S. Changing immigration policies haven’t helped ease the minds of immigrants or their employers. A recent tweet from President Donald Trump prompted headlines about an “immigration ban” in response to soaring U.S. unemployment due to the COV

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