August 9, 2016
By Caroline May
The tech industry is seeking to bolster its argument for more white-collar foreign tech workers with the insulting claim that the education system is insufficiently preparing Americans for tech fields, according to pro-American worker attorneys with the Immigration Reform Law Institute.
In an op-ed published at The Daily Caller, IRLI attorneys John Miano and Ian Smith, take the tech industry to task for its strategy to promote the H-1B visa program — alleging a labor shortage of apt Americans tech workers while importing thousands of foreign workers on H1B visas from countries with lower educational results than the U.S. … Read the full story by Caroline May.
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