It’s an entirely predictable consequence of an inhospitable immigration system.
The U.S. is keeping talented foreigners away—and failing to retain them.
Until 2004, all foreign workers could renew their visas without leaving the United States.
Foreign-born tech workers in the U.S. have been especially vulnerable as tech giants lay off large shares of their work forces.
Thousands of tech workers are being laid off. That’s putting H-1B visa holders on tight timelines to find new work.
With action from Congress, over 200,000 dependent visa holders could see some relief.
The Trump administration might be setting the stage to eject foreign techies who've played by every immigration rule.
Banning foreign workers will result in the outsourcing of jobs from America.
Highly-skilled immigrants can contribute to the fight against coronavirus if we let them.
Canada and Australia are scooping up the talent that America is spurning.
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Donald Trump's restrictionist immigration policies are making U.S. universities less exceptional.
He is trying to get foreign techies to self deport or not come at all.
He has launched a two-front assault on high-skilled foreign talent
No immigrant of any kind is safe from this administration's assaults.