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Top American Senator seeks reform in H-1B visas system

All India Radio Friday, 17 February 2017
Top American Senator seeks reform in H-1B visas systemIn the United States, a top American Senator has sought reform in H-1B visas system to bring in highly qualified workers from other countries to fill the huge shortage of IT professionals in the US.
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