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June 29, 2014 11:00 AM

Roger McCrummen: H-1B visa lottery keeps highly skilled workers out of U.S. jobs

“Congressional failure to act to increase the number of H-1Bs available continues to hurt the economy,” writes Roger McCrummen, an immigration lawyer. “This is just one aspect of the complex immigration debate, but it should be the impetus for a comprehensive reform of this outdated system.”

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