A core issue in the aerospace/defense industry is a shortage of workers requiring a STEM degree. Nearly 39 percent of aerospace/defense companies recently predicted an “extreme” impact on business growth caused by a labor shortage. Competition is only going to get more intense as high tech, automotive and oil and gas industries start to overlap when it comes to technology development. 

That's where the H-1B Person in Specialty Occupation visa can help. The H-1B visa is the most sought after employment-based immigration category, and though the H-1B Cap has been met for fiscal year 2019, that should not deter aerospace and defense employers from hiring foreign workers.

There are many other temporary work visas to consider – some of which may be even more beneficial to your organization.

Register for this free webinar to learn about:

  • Alternative visa options for employing foreign workers
  • Eligibility and qualifying organization and position requirements
  • Best practices and tips for filing visa applications
  • …And more!

Please note: this webinar is well-suited for all HR practitioners who have a basic understanding of the immigration process but would like to learn more information. To access more advanced webinars, please visit our resource center or stay tuned for more updates.



Allison Kranz

Allison Kranz, a licensed attorney, is Envoy Global’s Immigration Solutions Partner. Her experience includes handling all aspects of corporate/employment-based immigration law and creating strategy to address the visa, work, and permanent immigration goals of her clients. She developed and executed global immigration policies for Fortune 500 companies and has counseled multinational corporations on the movement of personnel across the globe. Her immigration law practice emphasized the representation of information technology, financial, national security and healthcare fields, in addition to institutions of higher education.