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Old 04-23-2009, 11:10 AM
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Default Realistic reasons why the H-1B cap will be increased by 2010

According to computerWorld, President Barack Obama has signaled interest in taking up comprehensive immigration reform. And any push for immigration reform is almost certain to include an increase in the H-1B cap. Patrick the reporter outlined 5 reasons why the cap will be increased; Read the excellent article here

The main lesson to be learned from the H1B saga this year, is that the market worked and won. Given the large number of jobs lost in the U.S. economy, employers submitted far less petitions than they did last year. Contrary to what critics of the program maintain, the cost of employing an H-1B worker exceeds that of hiring a U.S. worker given attorneys’ fees and government filing fees.

Congress should stop trying to control the program, and return to a simple market-based system. The plain truth is that the overwhelming majority of U.S. employers comply with the law. Those that abuse the law should be stripped of their ability to petition for H-1B workers. So bottom line is that, if you are in need of good quality workers, you can still hire them on the H1B visa. But you need to hurry.



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According to computerWorld, President Barack Obama has signaled interest in taking up comprehensive immigration reform. And any push for immigration reform is almost certain to include an increase in the H-1B cap. Patrick the reporter outlined 5 reasons why the cap will be increased; Read the excellent article here

The main lesson to be learned from the H1B saga this year, is that the market worked and won. Given the large number of jobs lost in the U.S. economy, employers submitted far less petitions than they did last year. Contrary to what critics of the program maintain, the cost of employing an H-1B worker exceeds that of hiring a U.S. worker given attorneys’ fees and government filing fees.

Congress should stop trying to control the program, and return to a simple market-based system. The plain truth is that the overwhelming majority of U.S. employers comply with the law. Those that abuse the law should be stripped of their ability to petition for H-1B workers. So bottom line is that, if you are in need of good quality workers, you can still hire them on the H1B visa. But you need to hurry.



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Makes sense. As long as legitimate employers file for h1b visa and visas are available for them - "perfect world" the system will be in good shape.
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Old 04-23-2009, 01:13 PM
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Are you guys serious and is this intelligent, upcoming attorney serious?? You aint kidding are you?

Have you ever read the reporter's stories? He called the NYT article on Sanjay a Walt Disney type difficulties. Oh really! Lets take Patrick to where his ancestors came from and keep his wife/girlfriend here in the US. How about that? You guys are being so naive just reading the title. Read what is in there. He is igniting his base.
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That author is a pathetic guy. I have read lot of his article. He is very biased against immigrants
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