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This survey provides context for how the employer immigration function works across various economic sectors and organizational staff sizes.
Here are a few key results:
• U.S. employers spend five times longer on immigration processes than the government estimates.
• The average employer spends $140,192 on U.S. government immigration fees and $210,303 on immigration-related legal fees.
• Only 19 percent of H-1B cap-subject employers agree that there are enough H-1B visas to meet their workforce needs. In other regions of the world, employer satisfaction with visa availability ranges from 52 percent to 74 percent.
As strategic affiliates, the Council for Global Immigration and the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) help advance U.S. growth, innovation and job creation by supporting employers and their employees as they navigate the most pressing workforce and talent management issues, which includes reform of the U.S. immigration system. Learn more about the council at councilforglobalimmigration.org. Learn more about SHRM at shrm.org.