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Vivek Wadhwa writes a piece that while not about immigration, certainly is relevant to the debate regarding skilled worker immigration. He discusses the ruthless beast that is the high tech world when it comes to how older engineers are treated and why the industry simultaneously faces a shortage and a surplus of talent. Regardless of whether immigrants are in the picture or not, the questions regarding how best to address the career problems faced by older tech workers are serious and difficult. When we can get our hands around this issue, we might be able to start making decisions on skilled worker immigration that meet the country's long term needs.

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  1. Butch Alcantara's Avatar
    What is the impact of the new immigration policy which stops deportation of illegal immigrants with no criminal records and those with pending petitions to the legal immigrants who have backlogged cases and retrogressed visa numbers? Can they now claim under the equal protection and opprtunity clause of the Law that they can also stay out of status while waiting for their visa numbers?
  2. Jim's Avatar
    Good article and very insightful. I agree with everything he said except for the simultaneous shortage and surplus bit.

    In my opinion, there's no such thing. It's either there is a shortage, a surplus or there is balance.

    Saying that there can be a simultaneous shortage and surplus is trying to hide or downplay something. Sorry.

  3. My 2 cents's Avatar
    @Butch Alcantara

    You made an excellent point. I think if illegals can be permitted to stay, the same should apply for legals if they are out of status. Could be worth a lawsuit??
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