Foreign help wanted: High-tech visa debate coming to RTP
If there is a "third rail" of death in the employment debate these days it's foreign workers and the number of so-called H-1B visas which the U.S. grants annually to skilled immigrants who want to work here. A non-partisan group and the Raleigh Chamber are bringing together an author on the benefits of immigration and three CEOs - including Jim Goodnight of SAS - as well as NCSU's engineering dean to discuss the issue....
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