Managers and other businesspeople can profit from widespread changes in American immigration law if they have the tools to understand and work with the new rules and procedures. The 1990 United States Immigration Act initiated a significant change in American immigration policy. Geared toward attracting international business to the United States, the Act stressed the importance of exceptional business ability and provided incentives to certain professionals and to businesspeople with the means to invest in new commercial enterprises. United States Entry and Work Permits details the new rules and procedures of American immigration law, providing the tools the reader needs to understand and work within the framework of the changes in the law. A major source of information on United States entry and work permits for the business community in general, this book is especially helpful in assisting human resources managers and others engaged in relocation issues, as well as transferee workers and their families.