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Dear Editor:
Employers are and will ship jobs overseas no matter what happens with H1-B, just have they have done and are doing with manufacturing jobs that are not H1-B related. All H1-B programs do is make it easier--bring H1-Bs here, have U.S. workers train them in the processes they need to know, then ship the job overseas, where it will be done more cheaply. The truly brilliant and innovative immigrant workers have no need of H1-Bs. They can sponsor themselves, or find companies or institutions willing to sponsor them for a green card from the start. Where are the employers who are lobbying to speed up green card processing for these workers?

Ali Alexander



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