FY 2006 H-1B Cap Is Reached
USCIS announced that it has received enough H-1B petitions that qualify for the exemption from the H-1B numerical limitations for foreign workers with a U.S.-earned master's or higher degree. For full details, see here.
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All these people who are hitting out against illegal aliens, have they forgotten how their foreparents arrived here? If you are not a decendant from a native American Indian then you are or have relatives that are immigrants. Luckily for some people they were born here, but they seem to forget that the great majority of the US polulation came here on a boat, ship or plane. Instead of hitting out against immigrants who by the way full the coffer of the Homeland Security as the fees are forever increasing and it is also non-refundable. Imagine if no one filed to change their status or to get working papers, then their would be no need for that branch of the agency and many "Americans" would be out of a job. This is a trickle down theory and everyone stands to gain at some point. Remember these people are human beings also and deserve a right to live freely after sweating in factories and houses.
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