Skilled immigrants are an integral part of the ongoing conversation around Comprehensive Immigrant Reform that is generating in energy and information we can use. We often struggle to help highly skilled refugees adjust expectations and balance their long term career goals with the need to pay the rent.
We feel pressure to achieve our placement numbers and provide 5 years of employment services with limited resources. There’s certainly little time to sit back and think about the bigger picture.
This overview of current research and opinion on both sides of the issue will help you get up to speed on current thinking about this difficult to serve part of our client base.