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Capping H-1B visas could result in commerce-based policy changes

For many people worldwide, the United States may be seen as the land of opportunity. And for graduate-level employees seeking to gain work experience with an American company, the H-1B visa can provide a connection to employment for those who specialize in jobs such as engineering and information technology (IT). However, considering the cap on H-1B visas, you may be unlikely to receive permission to work for a U.S. employer.

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