More Evidence for Immigration Reform

Federal officials announced Monday that the 85,000 H-1B visa cap for highly skilled workers for the 2015 fiscal year was reached only five days after applications were accepted. The Chamber recently met with House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi on this issue and continues to advocate for comprehensive immigration reform that creates more temporary, skilled worker (H-1B) visas, more permanent resident visas (green cards) for STEM graduates and workers, and new startup visas for immigrant entrepreneurs who launch businesses in the U.S. Read more. Click here to take action with the Chamber.