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US Reaches Visa Cap, Skilled Workers Out of Luck

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Technology companies may face a shortage of skilled workers later this year after U.S. immigration services reached its annual quota for visa applications in one day.


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Vikas S (261)
Wednesday April 4, 2007, 11:39 pm
OH it is all are welcome ?Good will ambassador of 63 countries who is born and brought up in India February 18, 2007 9:48 PM

Support the soliderity of people of 63 countries and others which I got from 1987 to 2001 as a part of Global campaign ONFOOT and traversed around 80,000 kms

as a Good will ambassador of 63 countries who born and brought up in India

By road show with a modified automobile and e well as have a critical views on the India/ Indian hypocracy


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In detail about me ,,,,Born and brought up in India ,,,Graduated in civil engineering in 1986 ,, Embark on global campaign ONFOOT for" Global Friendship and Peace" ,, by giving up job in 1987 . 10/30,, Traveresed through the capital of landlocked 63 countries of Asia and Europe ..covered around 80,000 kms with warm welcoming ,,before turning back to india in 15/08/2001 ,, realised missing of global feelings despite of meeting own Prime minister& others and much focused in media,,Therefore, doing road show and e campaigning as a Good will ambassador of 63 countries who born and brought up in India

Nuraini A (41)
Thursday April 5, 2007, 9:14 pm
i'm perplexed. america has so many people and so much resources and so many universities. how is it that it doesn't have enough skilled workers and have to import so many? :S

Eva Ries (237)
Friday April 6, 2007, 9:14 am
Ditto, Nuraini.

There's no "shortage of skilled workers" in the US. That's a lie that corporations perpetuate for one reason: they don't want to pay an American a living American wage (salary) commensurate with the type of work they are demanding. In other words, they would rather contract someone in another country to come for a limited time, so they can work them hard and pay them less than what they'd have to pay an American to do the same job so that an American could pay their bills and enjoy a decent standard of living in the USA. That's what it's about, that's what it's always all about - MONEY and PROFIT and NOT people.

Kevin Carty (10)
Friday April 6, 2007, 2:54 pm
Its the same as the lie that illegal immigrants are only here to do the jobs that Americans wont do. Its all about the money and these huge corporations are the ones that are leading us in chaos between these so called must have because they aren't here and the huge factory farms that say that there are no americans that will do the job. I'm all for capitalism but enough is enough with all the lies.
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