Jane Ruffino To compete globally, we need to follow Obama's example on immigration reform – and not just for the tech geniuses
Last month, US president Barack Obama issued an executive order granting temporary visa status to millions of undocumented immigrants in the US. He made changes to the H1B visa, which means that the skilled workers on those visas will no longer be tied to a single employer, and their spouses will also be granted the right to work. It’s far from reform, but it will improve millions of people’s lives immediately....
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