September 2, 2020
By Ritu Jha
US Tech Workers, a nonprofit representing the interests of American workers in the technology field, has backed President Trump’s H-1B visa ban and argued that tech companies are not facing any shortage of skilled workers.
The nonprofit’s amicus brief was filed August 25 in Oakland federal court and was drafted by the lawyers of the Immigration Reform Law Institute (IRLI) just two weeks after a group of 50 top IT companies and businesses as well as California Attorney General Xavier Becerra and New York Attorney General Letitia James led a coalition of 23 attorneys general in an amicus brief supporting a challenge to President Trump’s ban on skilled immigrant visas. Read the full story at Indica News.
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