H-2B Resources

The H-2B guest worker program relies on well-vetted workers who come to the U.S. for seasonal employment and then go home.  The landscape industry is seasonal and is the largest user of the H-2B program, accounting for nearly half of all H-2B guest workers that use the program annually.  Unfortunately, H-2B has an antiquated cap of 66,000 established in the early 1990s and must be fixed to meet the demand of the modern U.S. economy.   

NALP continues to prioritize policies and legislation that help solve the workforce crisis for the landscape industry and H-2B continues to be a top priority.  Help us advocate for H-2B reform by attending our virtual or in-person events to get the latest updates about the program and connect with legislators.  And sign up for Voices for Healthy Green Spaces (our digital advocacy network) to receive H-2B alerts that you can send to your congress members with just a few clicks of the mouse.  

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About masLabor

másLabor offers seasonal businesses a solution to finding and retaining reliable workers through the employment-based visa programs. Their experienced team delivers industry-leading results using customized software and a dedicated case manager assigned to each client. They provide complete responsiveness throughout the government approval process, regardless of your operation's size or worker needs.

About FEWA

The Federation of Employers and Workers of America (FEWA) is an internationally recognized nonprofit trade association created to assist employers and workers in labor-intensive service industries by providing educational and informational services related to cultural, non-immigrant, and immigrant labor-management issues. For 20 years, FEWA is dedicated to helping foreign workers enter the U.S. legally to provide a better future for their families and fill an important gap in the U.S. labor market.