Comment: Intel Supports H-1B Spouses Intel Corporation came out strongly in the favor of the proposal from the DHS that would grant ability to work to spouses of H-1B employees.
"Intel puts great effort and resources into attracting highly skilled workers. American and foreign-born alike, these engineers and scientists play a vital role in... creating new and groundbreaking technologies that we develop here in the United States… But in an increasingly competitive global marketplace for talent our nation's outdated immigration laws hamper our ability to attract and retain key employees," Muller continued. "One example is the rule that spouses and dependents of an employee on an H-1B visa are not authorized to work until that employee achieves a permanent work visa - a process that can take as many as 10 years."
Technology companies, like Intel, have benefitted greatly from immigration and it is good to see them actively defending their businesses, their customers, their industries and their workforces, by promoting immigration reform. Please let us know your thoughts by writing to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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When should an employer mark "yes" when responding to the Question C.9: "is there a familial relationship between the foreign worker and the owners, stockholders, partners, corporate officers, and incorporators?"
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Comment: Various Items
Today's edition of Immigration Daily contains many items of interest. Read article on USCIS Form I-924; blog postings on immigrant of the day, Incarceration of pregnant mothers and border children; news item from CRS on Aliens' Right to Counsel. Also find the top immigration news headlines and job vacancies in multiple locations. Share your thoughts by writing to email@example.com.
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