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Ulterior Motive Regarding H-1B Visas

"Phyllis Schlafly's article is excellent but has one minor shortcoming -- it presents the H-1B debate only in terms of the harms it is doing to engineers and programmers. While techies and scientists make up at least 55% of the available H-1B visas, let's don't forget that there are many other professions affected by the H-1B program such as teachers, accountants, nurses, doctors, and yes, even lawyers." Download entire article from Rob Sanchez Newletter, in PDF format.

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