President Joe Biden and his administration will set aside 6,000 seasonal guest worker visas for workers from Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador in the coming months. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) calls this a small step toward opening more legal opportunities for relocation to the US from this region of the world. The 6,000-visa plan would be a portion of an added 22,000 H-2B visas open to employers ending on September 30. Business groups are welcoming the change. Biden has been challenged with the increase in immigrants showing up at the US-Mexico border.
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The Biden government has pled with migrants to not show up at the border, but follow the law established that provides asylum through the legal pathways. The additional H-2B visas would be added to the yearly allotment of 66,000 US visas for the year. These visas were used for food processing, hotel work, landscaping, and more seasonal positions. If you and your family dream of living in the United States for better opportunities and freedom, contact USAFIS. Our team of immigration specialists will walk you through the steps required for obtaining a visa to live and work in the US.