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Molika Mar 8
I am an entrepreneur, author, speaker and patent licensing professional with two Master’s degree from USA. I am living in the constant fear of losing my right to work. Why?? For what?? Btw, I am in the queue of getting a green card.
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Sujaritha Jayaram Mar 8
Women everywhere are making strides and conquering New horizons. But it feels like we are still struggling with basic right to work. Just because we came as dependents doesn't mean we line like that forever. Let us work and show what we can do
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Srinivas Reddy Mar 10
Cutting H4EAD MAKES 100K families single income, takes away the need to send kids to daycare, spending power, going to restaurants, housing, etc etc. how would it create more jobs?? And I see “help wanted” almost everywhere
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Neha Sanghi Mar 8
When women participate in economy everyone benefits. We want to make economy strong . Let us work on that path .
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Xinyue Mar 24
Entering the labor market is a good thing! Working women contribute to the economy and pay taxes! The reason why people have to use H4EAD is ! If there were no GCBacklog, people would not need H4EAD!
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Xinyue Mar 29
Employment-based immigration becomes harder and harder in the United Stares. makes EB families face uncertainties and stress for decades, and revoking H4EAD forces working spouses back home. , a US president, is Making Canada Great Again!
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Jack Chen Mar 5
Important work by Ike Brannon highlights the significant negative impact that rescission of H-4 spousal work authorization would have. This critical cost-benefit analysis must be factored into any rulemaking.
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Manya Jain Mar 8
I wish this Women’s Day is full of celebrations for all hurdles we have come across to be where we are today. And not continue to live in constant state of not having the Freedom to Choose - Stay at home mom or working mom or neither one.
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Jack Chen Mar 8
A super important analysis criticizing the proposal to rescind H-4 spousal work authorization. It's refreshing to see a data-driven, fact-centered analysis of this issue. The overriding conclusion? We should
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Geetha Sarda Mar 8
Skilled Woman + Legal Immigrant + Holder + Tax Payer. Yes that is us. We contribute to the economy too. Why take away the that empowers the country overall? Hence requesting to this
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Jenny Feb 20
It is *ridiculous* to think that a family can or should live on one income in the US. If we want the best of the best to come to our country, to do essential work, we cannot exclude their spouses from working, too.
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Dipti Mar 20
186K jobs still open
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Sujaritha Jayaram Mar 8
Empower me. Embrace me. I am asking along with thousands of my fellow women that we are given our basic right to work and support our families. Do not take it back
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Priya c Mar 8
"Success is liking yourself, liking what you do, and liking how you do it " - Maya Angelou I love going to work. I've lived the first 5 plus years of my life in the US without the opportunity to be be employed. has liberated me. Don't revoke!!
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Atul Bhardwaj Mar 8
H4 visa holders are mother of US Citizens who want to be role models for their kids. Revoking H4EAD, will not only take away the opportunity to work but also their monetary independence, aspirations and self Identity.
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Priyanka Sonawane Mar 10
Thank you commendable effort..wishing for a bright light at the end of this tunnel..!
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tripti Mar 8
Women deserves the right to work... Don't take away H4EAD... Celebrate & Respect women on International Women's Day... Let's all be hopeful and positive for H4EAD...
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Veenal Apr 8
High time we have to get another kinda movement for highly skilled people who are forced to stay at home and NOT contribute to economy in any which ways, and are forced to become financially dependent.
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Anil Gupta Jun 10
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BeNishanth Mar 8
Women make families strong. Families make society and countries strong. Do not take away the strength that is H4 EAD from our women.
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