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rahul bhatiya Dec 10
Very well said. This discrimination must end in faavor of fair and forward looking immigration policy.
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Desi Immigration News Dec 17
Guys this is the last week for the fight of hr392. While the fight will continue in a different form for 2019. We need one last push for . Please call your senator and rep now.
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Akhil M Dec 9
Thank You for being a champion of legal immigrants. Please support in getting to the finish line. This will be best Christmas gift for Asian Indian community in USA.
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Shashi V Jan 5
Please & RealDonaldTrump speakerryan SenateGOP SenateDoctors SenateDems dscc
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Akhil M Dec 11
While tariffs have dominated headlines recently, Pence said a bigger concern for Cummins is the need for more H-1B visas.
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😤AAAA-KAMIII🥊🆘 Dec 8
Replying to @ManishJha2091
Show me single who helped America or American!!! Selfish people!! Indian are so friendly and generous nation ppl, this is known to the world! And what we get in return
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Chris Morton Dec 5
This tweet by just proves how important this law is - while he has the money to open center anyone in the world, he is looking out for his country and asking a sensible bill to pass to protect jobs being outsourced and thereby contributing to economy!
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Desi Immigration News Dec 16
is a simple common sens e bipartisan bill that reduces immigration and increases american wages making sure only those who add value to american economy get green card without any racial discrimination.
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Ram Dec 28
“de facto discrimination results on the basis of origin country, fostered partly by U.S. laws..... .....removing the per-country ceiling from employment - based immigrants would “level the playing field”.
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Fairness for All Dec 13
Replying to @DembeJonathan
Truth! If 1 person goes out of country that is 1.1 job lost for country. Make system fair or let the outsourcing market take all the jobs out!! Its the fight for survival!! Question is who needs protection!
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Mathi Dec 18
Replying to @amingol_1999
Tell me Mr Amin, say u n me both graduate frm same college, get jobs @ same org, both of our GCs filled on same category n on same date. How does it stop u frm getting ur GC along with me n how does it favors me, if is passed now?
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Akhil M Dec 4
Thank You to agree that per country limits to be removed for EB base GC allocation as its unfair to people from India and China whose wait time is running into decades. Time to
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DoctorPositive Dec 10
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Brian Mooray Dec 16
Replying to @USAndKolkata
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rahul bhatiya Dec 10
Replying to @BradSmi
I hope other big organizations like also join in and throw their support behind this sensible bill as well, since per country cap limitations in allocating green cards affects their workforces too.
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Yogesh Sharma Jan 11
Thank you so much, Sir ! Living in this wonderful country for more than a decade and still on H1B due to this huge backlog. vote To
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Brian Mooray Dec 20
they do not have motive to pass this bill,its clear. So,better yo accept this bitter fact and move is not the end of the world ,i am done with US now. No more a land of opportunity, innovation and liberty
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Abhishek Jiwankar Jan 7
Replying to @ambazaarmag @AmyBhatt
Indians are at the receiving end because we are usually too nice and too polite to raise our voice. We are the ignored and forgotten minority of US.
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Star007 Jan 8
legalHSKpanda RT NishaIlangovan: RepMarkTakano HouseDemocrats We need immigration reform to be taken up. Please look into the decades long wait for green card
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Star007 Jan 8
legalHSKpanda RT ManikAlien: JessicaV_CIS MyInfo85948461 FrescoLeon It does not say whether these companies are lobbying against or for HR392. JessicaV_CIS
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