In response to the letter to the Editor about outsourcing jobs to India (and elsewhere).
We live in the Midwest, and in the state where we reside, dozens of
professionals flocked here (this month, too), appearing and purchasing
software books below our level of experience and ability, not skills we
as one often hears. Ergo, many available jobs in the US are still going
non legal permanent residents (LPR) and non-US citizens (USC). We like diversity. We like helping others. We
welcome non-immigrants and immigrants coming to the US, as either we did
grandparents or great-grandparents. However, we would really appreciate
just one job interview, even if the pay is low, for one of these IT jobs.
Another letter, the third, states that asylees obtain legal permanent
residence after just one year from obtaining asylee status. Unless there
special adjustment to LPR for Cuban asylees, only "refugees" can file to
within 1 year and actually adjust to lawful permanent resident within
another 2-3 years. Asylees can file after approx. 1 year too, but the
backlog due to the 10,000 per year quota on adjustments to LPR means not
to LPR after just one more year, but applying to adjust, and then waiting,
waiting, and waiting. They are legally here, and it is no "day at the
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