BY JOY WHITE
Guam’s private and government entities continue to push for solutions in the H-2B visa issue as more business and industries begin to feel the impacts.
Since January 2016, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services has denied all H-2B visa applications for Guam, including renewals of visas that had been granted for several years prior.
“There’s a chilling effect to bidding right now. …There is no real confidence in sourcing workers,” said Greg Massey, administrator of the Department of Labor’s Alien Labor Processing and Certification Division at an . . .
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