Tuesday, April 10, 2012

High skilled workers' US immigration:

Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants Act


The "Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants Act" is an act which focuses on eliminating the "per country caps" in specific fields of high skilled immigration (engineering, computer science and others), this change - if accepted - will help American companies get more high skilled immigrants from countries which today have a backlog (of workers planning to immigrate to the USA) of many years (the numbers are changing but some of the sources talk about 10 to 15 years of waiting – not the best solution for workers looking for a job and also not for the American employers) .


This act will result in companies able to get skilled workers in a much shorter time and more people from big countries (such as China, India and Mexico) will have a chance of finding a good work in the USA. The problem – though not exactly USA problem – is that people from other countries will get much lower chances of getting a green card.
Read Bloomberg's article here

Start your Green Card application through the DV lottery.

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