Expanding Opportunities for Foreign STEM Graduates and Others

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Immigration reform aims to increase opportunities for foreign STEM graduates. The revisions are aimed at making the work authorization procedure more accessible, allowing foreign graduates to stay in the United States for up to three years. Additionally, there is a focus on boosting immigration diversity and establishing avenues to permanent status.

Overview of the Jumpstart Bill: Transform US Employment-Based Immigration Reform

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The proposed Jumpstart Bill for Green Cards is a step on the right path for US employment-based immigration reform. The idea is to bridge the gap between US citizens looking for work and foreign workers with the skills and experience to fill those positions. This law will make it easier for firms to hire competent foreign employees by expediting the application process and expanding the number of green cards available, while also boosting job possibilities for US citizens.