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100 U.S CEOs Ask Senate to Approve Immigration Reform Bill

By Bill at June 23, 2013 17:08
Filed Under: Immigration News

More than 100 CEOs from top U.S. employers ask the U.S. Senate to approve comprehensive immigration reform bill, because they strongly believe the bill includes "key improvements in the availability of both green cards and H-1B visas – will help address the national talent shortage". read more

Without the increase of both green cards and H-1B Visas, even if "every American graduate receiving an advanced STEM degree gets a job, the U.S. is estimated to face at least 200,000 unfilled advanced-degree STEM jobs by 2018". Bill Kamela, a policy counsel at Microsoft added that Microsoft currently has more than 6,000 jobs it cannot fill!

Please click here to read the letter and the full list of executives who have signed the letter. Click following names to see the visa jobs these employers have sponsored. As we reported earlier, if the President could sign the bill into law by the end of the summer, we might have 50,000-75,000 extra H1B Visa available starting from October 1, 2013.

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