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H1B Visa Interview Process


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No other go than relaxing the 'arbitary'H-1B visa cap

Federal quotas on H-1B visas, capped at 65,000 last year, have long been a sore spot for Microsoft and other technology companies. And Microsoft chairman, bill gates struck hard at U.S congress's decision to continue with restrictions in giving away H-1b visas for foreign nationals. Bill Gates addressed the general fear that Americans breed among themselves that hiring skilled workers from abroad will render them jobless. Microsoft chairman made clear that it would rather create more job opportunities for Americans by creating b grade and c grade jobs around these skilled workers which could be handled by American citizens. Gates said, the increased caliber of research institutions in China and India means that curbs on immigration and guest-workers will pose a greater threat to America's competitiveness than ever before.


Americans fear

By 2050, nearly one in five of the projected 438 million Americans are expected to be foreign-born, and the nation's Latino population would triple in size by this year, to 29 percent of the U.S. population, according to a study released last week by the Pew Research Center. Significant among the findings of the Pew Center's report is that 82 percent of the 142 million additional people who reside in the U.S. by 2050 will consist of immigrants and their American-born descendants. Of this number 67 million will be immigrants themselves, 47 million will be their children, and 3 million their grandchildren.



Major U.S. technology companies today average more than 470 U.S.-based job openings for skilled positions, while defense companies have more than 1,265 each, indicating U.S. businesses continue to experience difficulty in filling positions in the United States for skilled labor of all types. A number of companies have thousands of skilled positions open, with this level of openings persisting for a year or more. This is part of a longer-term trend.


Filing multiple H-1B visa petitions for same worker is prohibited.

If you're considering stuffing the H-1B visa ballot box with duplicate applications for the same job candidate to improve your odds that the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services will pick your visa petition in the random H-1B lottery next month, forget about it.well, a new interim USCIS rule that was published today in the Federal Register and takes effect immediately prohibits employers from filing multiple H-1B petitions for the same worker. If you're caught violating the rule, USCIS will throw out your duplicate petitions, withhold the visas, and keep your money


US for major H-2B visa reforms


New Fingerprint Scans Expand to Borders

New Fingerprint Scans Expand to Borders more...

Stalled Immigration Reform 'High Priority' for Bush


Fewer Foreign Grad Students Enroll in U.S.


Immigrant Community Fears New Arizona Law


Mexico Seeks U.S. Immigration Changes


House GOP Backs Easing Laws for Border Fence


Study: Number of Working Immigrants Up


US implements new passport rule


U.S. Steps Up Visa Crackdown Amid Terror Concerns


2005 Foreign Workers Quota Already Filled


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