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Announcing the New Immigration Guidelines Manager

Forrest Blount
CTO

The Bridge product team is proud to announce the release of our new Immigration Guidelines Manager.


What does the new Guidelines Manager do?

It allows you to set guidelines regarding timing and fees when processing applications for your employees. For each question, you can see how Bridge rates your guidelines for attracting top international talent.

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Why should I establish immigration guidelines?

Standardizing an immigration program allows companies to set expectations with their international employees and their managers, and serves as the foundation for attracting and retaining top talent across the globe.


What if I have questions or need help deciding on my guidelines?

Please reach out to your Client Services representative for assistance, and they will be happy to schedule time for you to go over your guidelines with your attorney.


Once I have established my guidelines, how does the Bridge Platform help optimize my immigration program?

Once your guidelines are activated, the Bridge platform can automatically create pending applications for your employees based on your selections.

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With this feature, you will be able to predict new application demand, and confirm that you wish to proceed with each pending application as the open date nears.

We're very excited to launch this new Immigration Guidelines Manager. It is part of a long term plan to integrate more strategic planning tools and features in 2020 to help you plan and forecast application spending.

We hope you'll find the Manager helpful and look forward to your feedback. For any questions or feedback, please contact us.


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