Government Security News (02/01/12) Mark Rockwell
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is working to change some administrative practices to make the visa process easier for highly skilled immigrants who want to come to or remain in the U.S. for work purposes. DHS says the changes are in support of President Obama’s efforts to meet the country’s national security and economic needs. Obama supports legislative measures that will attract and retain highly skilled immigrants, including creating a “Startup Visa,” shoring up the H-1B program, and “stapling” green cards to the diplomas of some foreign-born graduates in science, technology, engineering, and math.
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