Do the American people believe in a global labour market?
Would it be unfair to sponsor and hire a German for the role who not only has some 15 years experience at home in doing the same role for Domino's Pizza DE in the DACH (Deutschland, Austria and Switzerland) and Western/Central European markets, but also speaks fluent English, French (handy for Canada) and also some Spanish, which is good for Central and South American operations.
Why not get in the best of the best, even if a local can also do it?
More motivated management teams, driven by very much better rewards
Total freedom to hire where (and wherever) they wish to
Free access to worldwide labour markets
No interference in hiring decision-making by politicians and civil servants
Now able to buy in top managers with wide international experience on huge golden handcuff packages.