I am writing you in response to Mr. Norm Matloff's comment.
Did you ever think, Sir, that H1-B visa holders can be other than electrical or computer science engineers? That they can have unique skills in unique fields? How can a professor a computer science that is trained in thinking in logical terms generalize based solely on the examples he sees in his field/environment?
Your article hurts. It hurts H-1B holders that bring unique skills to this country, and that are paid correspondingly. It equally hurts employers like mine that treat people well, and don't take advantage of workers.
You would be surprised to find out that this country does have nice and honest employers. And equally, employees that don't occupy anybody's place.
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