This case makes the argument that H-1B immigrants are typically highly educated and talented, and they contribute to the US economy by keeping industry and technology work in the U.S.
Released: Filed Under: Public Forum
About "HB1 Visas"
Lack of interest persuaded our writers to abandon the NSDA Public Forum resolution in April, but requests came in for HB1 input for this April’s resolution. We decided to jump back into the Public Forum fray.
H-1B visas are visas given to hi-tech foreigners to work for 3 years in the U.S. (and can be renewed once for 3 more years). H-1B immigrants are typically highly educated and talented, and they contribute to the US economy by keeping industry and technology work in the U.S.
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