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American Senator seeks reform in H-1B visa system

Deccan Herald Friday, 17 February 2017
*A top American Senator has sought reform in H-1B visas system to bring in highly qualified workers from other countries to fill the huge shortage of IT professionals in the US. "We have a system of H-1B visas to bring in highly qualified workers from other countries to fill these vacancies, but that system is outdated and doesnt...
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Raleen Gagnon RT @FinancialXpress: American Senator #OrinHatch seeks reform in #h1bvisa system https://t.co/FgyrfRwkWa https://t.co/cdl0ILUT7W 1 week ago

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