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On June 30, 2006, new legislation ("SKIL Bill") was introduced in the House of Representatives, similar to that passed by the Senate earlier this year.  If passed, the SKIL Bill would:

bulletExempt those with U.S. advanced degrees from the H-1B quota.
bulletIncrease the H-1B quota for everyone else.
bulletIncrease the quota for employment-based green cards, thus relieving the current backlogs in the EB-1, EB-2 and EB-3 immigration categories.

This bill has a much greater chance of becoming law than the comprehensive immigration reform bills that are in the news, and we may see relief from the H-1B and employment-based green card quotas within the next few months.

*The information contained on this site should not be used as a basis for taking action or for failing to act.  Instead, it is intended to educate our clients and members of the public generally, and to provide a background for directing case strategy in collaboration with a competent and experienced immigration attorney.  No attorney / client relationship is created by the information provided, and even our existing clients should not take any action unless they are instructed by us to do so.  Information on this site may be outdated or erroneous.  The links to other web pages are provided as a convenience only and we cannot be responsible for the accuracy of information obtained from those web sites.

 

 

 

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