Immigration for Computer Professionals
The following articles, each one about IT workers and the immigration laws, appear in the online versions of Computer World, Information Week, PC World, and Wired News. We hope that by linking to these articles on immigration for computer professionals, foreign-born computer professionals and their employers will be able to increase their understanding of immigration laws and procedures, and learn more about the merits of pending legislation.
Most foreign-born computer professionals work in the U.S. using temporary professional H-1B visas. Many of them are sponsored by their employers for permanent residence through the PERM process. Depending on their jobs and their education and experience, they generally adjust their status using either the EB-2 or the EB-3 employment-based preference categories.
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- Obama H-1B Reform Plan Draws Grassley’s Ire (10-13-14)
- Former Infosys Recruiter Says He Was Told Not to Hire US Workers (10-6-14)
- H-1B Whistleblower Files New Federal Lawsuit (10-2-14)
- U.S. Senator blasts Microsoft’s H-1B push as it lays off 18,000 workers (7-18-14)
- Court Case Offers a Peek at How H-1B-Fueled Discrimination Works (7-10-14)
- An H-1B Wistleblower Tries Again for Justice (7-2-14)
- If CIR is Dead, So is Raising the H-1B Cap (6-29-14)
- Many Comments on New H-1B rule, but Few Are ‘Unique’ (6-23-14)
- IT Worker Had to Train H-1B Replacement (6-10-14)
- H-1B Loophole May Help California Utility Offshore IT Jobs (4-17-14)
- H-1B Applications Surge to 172,500, Twice the Cap (4-10-14)
- U.S. Hits H-1B Cap with “High Number” of Petitions (4-7-14)
- H-1B Visas Produce Net IT Job Boost, Trade Group Says (3-19-14)
- Use of H-1B Alternative Skyrockets (3-11-14)
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