New U.S. Department of Labor rules raise the level of education required to receive an H-1B worker visa, despite a contrary provision in the immigration statute, and creating artificially high entry-level wages that will price out statutorily qualified individuals, says Jeffrey Gorsky at Berry Appleman.

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