Atlanta Partner Talks to Law360 About the Potential Impact of Changes to the H-2A Agricultural Visa Program
In an interview with Law360, Ann Margaret Pointer discusses the U.S. Department of Labor’s wage guideline changes to the H-2A agricultural visa program. She raises concerns about how the new rule might impact labor contractors now that it mandates costlier bonds to cover any liability incurred during the migrants’ work contract. Ann Margaret notes that “these extraordinarily large bonding requirements are going to make it impossible for some of the largest, most compliant, and most needed farm contracting operations to stay in business.”
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