When I was a Recruiter for Comsys between 1997-1999 in Chicagoland, we processed the H1B Visas of IT professionals with mainframe programming and database skills. At the time, there was a Y2K push. In my opinion, we hired the best and the brightest IT professionals. I was the Recruiter who greeted them when they arrived to the US from India at O’Hare airport. I worked with a relocation company to help them find housing. The IT professionals who obtain H1 B Visas are highly educated and believe in the importance of a college education. In turn, their children will be future leaders with college degrees and move the economy of the United States forward.

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January 05, 2018
Congressmen oppose changes in H1B visa rules