Temporary Help

Judis, John B.
June 2000
New Republic;06/19/2000, Vol. 222 Issue 25, p21
Focuses on the debate about the admission of immigrants as guest workers in the U.S. Bills considered by Congress to dramatically increase the number of H-1Bs, the foreign workers on temporary visas; Support of President Bill Clinton and House Minority Leader Richard Gephardt to the increase; Inefficiency of the Labor Department and the Immigration and Naturalization Service in enforcing the 1990 Immigration Act; Projection for an increase in demand for computer engineers while the number of engineering graduates at American universities has been declining.


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