I don't think anyone would characterize me as being "anti-immigration," but I myself am ambivalent about H1-B visas. My own son, a computer programmer, recently lost his job, apparently to downsizing, not long after he asked for help on behalf of an Indian colleague, an H1-B who was being exploited by the employer (i.e., not being paid what he was supposed to receive). Now my son is unemployed, the H1-B continues to be exploited, and some people on both sides of the debate about H1-Bs are mouthing a bunch of stupidities based more on ideology than analysis of the pros and cons of the current system. The articles, and the editorial, were so painful that I couldn't finish reading them.
Lisa S. Brodyaga
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