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Senate Rejects STEM Bill

The failure of the House of Representatives bill that purported to help graduates of US universities in STEM disciplines (science, technology, engineering, and math) demonstrates yet again that immigration posturing — not immigration solutions — continues to dominate Congress. The bil
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STEM Jobs Act

A new version of the STEM Jobs Act (H.R. 6429) that failed to pass the House in September could resurface for a vote this week. Heavy Democratic opposition helped initially defeat the bill, but Republicans are hopeful that the amended version will garner more support.  A summary of th
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STEM Visas

The end of the Congressional session saw a flurry of activity surrounding the current backlog of long-delayed Green Cards for Indian and Chinese nationals who have been working in the US for years, primarily in the IT industry. Neither the Democrats’ nor the Republicans’ competing bil
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