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H1-B Visa Insight

Round up on H-1B Visa Application, Lawyers, Reforms, Transfers etc.

More H1-Bs may come this year

Friday, May 2, 2008

If this bill is passed by the Congress, more H1-B Visas are on way. The bill is introduced by Republican Committee.

The leaders said,
As a country, we are effectively handing these highly-educated, extremely desirable individuals a diploma and a plane ticket. The message we are sending is You can learn here, but you have to work in another country. Every year American businesses tell us how difficult it is to retain the qualified people they want to retain because of the artificially low H1B caps... that do not reflect market realities.
Fair enough, they should probably have a closer look on which companies are using the H-1B quota :-) Why not exempt folks with P.hd from the H-1B and directly process their green card just like some American Schools are doing.
Written by H-1B Visa Advisor, 9:06 PM | link | 0 Reader Comments |