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GOP Senator Promotes Start Up Act at Consumer Electronics Show

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Senator Jerry Moran (R-KS) attended the annual Consumer Electronics Show to promote the bipartisan Start Up Act 2.0, a bill that would dramatically improve immigration opportunities for some of the brightest, most promising immigrants in the US. Moran is hoping the bill will be incorporated in to the upcoming comprehensive immigration reform bill.  The Start Up Act bill has three major components:


- Up to 50,000 green cards annually for Masters and Ph.D. graduates of American science, technology, engineering and math prorgams


- Up to 75,000 green cards for H-1Bs who raise capital and start businesses that employ American workers


- Eliminates per country quotas on employment-based green cards and expands family per country quotas from 7% to 15%


 

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  1. Legal and no longer waiting's Avatar
    Good ideas, which probably means they won't be implemented. Maybe some of it will make it into the CIR or other bills.
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