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by Robert Spychala category: Politics
The Startup Act 2.0 reforms high-skilled immigration law in three sensible ways. First, the Act creates a new STEM visa so that U.S.-educated students who graduate with a masters or PhD in science, technology, engineering or math can receive a green card to stay in country. Second, the Act creates an entrepreneur’s visa for legal immigrants to stay in the United States so long as they start a business that employs American workers. And third, the Act eliminates the per-country cap for employment-based immigrant visas which currently prevents American CEOs from having the flexibility to recruit the most talented workers.
- Steve Case on TechCrunch (http://techcrunch.com/2012/06/05/startup-act-2-0-steve-case/)
I'm a product of open and fair immigration laws and firmly believe that continuing America's open immigration policy is essential for domestic jobs creation as well as keeping America competitive.