The H-1B Visa Controversy: The H-1B Visa And Other Foreign-Worker Programs, As Currently Structured, Aren't In The US National Interest.
The H-1B Visa Controversy: The H-1B Visa And Other Foreign-Worker Programs, As Currently Structured, Aren’t In The US National Interest. By: Dr. Norm Matloff
Full Text of (TPP) Trans Pacific Partnership. Stop TPP Take Action Today!
Full Text of (TPP) Trans Pacific Partnership. TPP Is A Hotly Contested Deal In The United States That Touches 12 Countries And About 40 Percent Of the Global Economy. Take Action!
Once Again, Confusion on "Good" and "Bad" H-1B Employers - April 28, 2016 matloff
H-1B Briefly Became An Issue This Year, Thanks To Trump, But It Quickly Faded. It Never Arose Once During Democratic Debates, Even Though Sanders And Clinton Disagree On H-1B.
CS Wages Down Again, and Other Developments February 1, 2016 matloff
CS Wages Down Again, and Other Developments February 1, 2016 matloff . I’ve Often Emphasized The Age Issue For H-1B; Employers Hire Young H-1Bs In Lieu Of Older (Age 35+) America
Bernie Sanders Position On H-1B Visas
Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders, Who Normally Occupy Starkly Contrasting Positions On Pretty Much Any Issue, Actually Do Have One Thing In Common: Their Distaste For H-1B Visas.
DHS Strikes Again! - But With Less Than Meets The Eye - January 5, 2016 matloff
All In all, The Impact On American Workers Of The new DHS Proposal Would Be Minor. It Pales In Comparison With What DHS Has Been Doing With OPT, Which Has Been Quite Harmful.
Senators Nelson/Sessions H-1B Visa Bill Short and Sweet - December 9, 2015 matloff
Sen. Bill Nelson Introduced Legislation On Tuesday To Reduce The H-1B Cap By Nearly 25%. Nelson's Proposal Targets IT Services Firms That Offshore Jobs And Get Thousands Of Visas.
Excellent EPI Analysis of Proposed OPT Extension December 1, 2015 matloff
I Urge Anyone With A Serious Interest In H-1B And Related Issues To Read The Document In Full. It Is A Tour De Force, Cogently Explaining The (Extralegal) History Of The Program
The Department of Homeland Security's Proposed STEM OPT Extension Fails To Protect Foreign Students and American Workers
December 1, 2015 at 11:00 am by Daniel Costa and Ron Hira The Department of Homeland Security’s Proposed STEM OPT Extension Fails To Protect Foreign Students and American Worker
Noble and Ignoble Goals in Immigration Policy December 1, 2015 matloff
Policy On The Hiring Of Foreign STEM Workers Should Be For The Remedying Of Legitimate And Rare Labor Shortages And Attracting The World’s “Best And Brightest” To The US.