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Senate Judiciary Committee Passes Senate Immigration Bill

Last night Comprehensive Immigration Reform took a dramatic step forward when the Senate Judiciary Committee voted 13 to 5 to pass the Senate Immigration bill. It now moves to the full U.S. Senate for consideration. The Senate is expected to begin debate on the bill in early June. I w
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Debates on the H-1B visa provisions of the Immigration Reform bill

As a follow-up to our discussion of the Senate Immigration Reform bill and the provisions related to temporary visas for high-skilled and low-skilled workers, today’s blog will focus on the amendments proposed during the Senate Judiciary Committee’s debate of these provisions. During
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