T. Rao Coca on Immigration Reforms
With nearly 70 percent of all H1-B visas going to Indians, the Las Vegas Business Press Columnist T. Rao Coca writes about Immigration Reforms.
While considerable attention is being given to the millions of foreigners who unlawfully entered the U.S. in the recent past, there are serious flaws in our immigration laws that allow lawful immigration. Some of the flaws include the H1-B and EB-5 visa programs, limited quota placed on professionals holding advanced degrees, and the undue breadth of family-sponsored immigration, all of which could lead to an eventual green card (lawful permanent residency). There is a dire need to reform the U.S. immigration law to fix these and other existing flaws.
H1-B visa: STEM immigrant
This visa allows U.S. employers to temporarily hire foreign workers who have graduate-level education in occupations that require expertise in fields like science, technology, engineering, math (STEM), finance, accounting, medicine, etc. Click here for the complete article…
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