In an unpublished opinion, the court found that the appellant’s employment was “at-will,” rejecting the argument that the employer’s sponsorship of an H-1B visa implied a contract for a definite term.

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CA3 on Breach of Employment Contract Claim and H-1B Visa Sponsorship