Silicon Valley Tech Firms Feel Bound By U.S. Immigration Policy When It Comes To Hiring

September 18, 2014 12:41 AM
Silicon Valley Tech Firms Feel Bound By U.S. Immigration Policy When It Comes To Hiring
" SAN JOSE (KCBS)â?? With more half million licit everlasting occupants naming the Bay Area home, high-tech institutions in Silicon Valley are guiding the pleading on supporting their green-card having workers succeed citizenship.

25 South Bay profession institutions comprehended from a flat solid of somebodies Wednesday on how they can employ legal status to fold the power gap.

Katherine Marrufo, administrator of worker natural ability works at Cisco, expressed theyâ??re being fetter by immediate U.S. in-migration line and necessitate to be able to employ much workers desiring legal status "

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