Let's open the door to skilled immigrants

August 2011
Machine Design;8/11/2011, Vol. 83 Issue 13, p16
Trade Publication
The article presents the author's views that the U.S. immigration policy as of August 2011 should be reformed to admit more highly skilled immigrants (HSIs) in order to stimulate the American economy. Topics include the contributions of HSIs in the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields, limitations of U.S. immigration policies, and a proposal that foreign-born persons who earn graduate degrees from U.S. universities should be allowed the option of permanent residency.


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