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  • Good News-Immigration Reform bill may be introduced as early as Thursday

    Senate negotiators are moving behind-the-scenes to build support for the high-profile immigration bill they plan to unveil as soon as this week.

    These efforts emerged as the group of eight senators are finalizing plans to roll out the comprehensive bill. They may unveil the plan as soon as Thursday or Friday, in advance of a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Wednesday.

    The bill would have an enormous impact on businesses and documented and undocumented workers across the country, while attempting to attract low-wage and highly-skilled foreign workers and securing the southern border with Mexico.

    Rubio, along with Senate Majority Whip Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) are closing in on a deal that would raise the cap for the number of H-1B visas allowed for highly-skilled workers.

    “It might be done even sooner,” Durbin said when asked if a bill would be released next week.


    This was posted on https://www.facebook.com/desiopt1 on April 10th 2013

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    http://www.politico.com/story/2013/0...#ixzz2Q4oqIOdg

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    • #3
      would that be effective from this yr or the next?

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      • #4
        Abhay Mogal- u need to check this out WITHOUT fail dear ! let me know..

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        • #5
          would that be effective from this yr or the next??

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          • #6
            when would this bill be signed by Obama.....

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            • #7
              it should be effective from this year. they have raised h1 cap to 198000 in 2001 or 2002....they can do it this time also...hope for the best

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              • #8
                Yes and it was triggerred by the similar demand - supply situation. The country has been in a big hole past years and the best they can do is get proper skilled force who have been driving their country rather than randomly selecting 1 million people and give them citizenship. If you reflect back at the happenings when lottery system was applied, it would be so fascinating to learn that the system was implemented because of improper planning and "so less" time. Now when they do have all these at hand, all the forces in the field attribute back to a positive scenario. Its a matter of time before the cap is increased. Hope for the best !

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                • #9
                  FYI - Click on 'Share' link on this post To let your friends know about this positive news. 'Like' doesn't reach your friends

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