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H-1B rush sparks broader debate

4/10/2013 05:50 PM EDT
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pandoran   4/10/2013 9:39:48 PM
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bidding process is more suitable for the general quota than the adv. degree cap.

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pandoran   4/10/2013 9:37:50 PM
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I think they should swap the quota, ie., 65000 for advanced degrees and 20000 for general quota and instead of first-come first-serve basis, the application cost should be "directly" proportional to the demand..the highest bidder (, in this case the company) gets the piece of cake....just being honest..

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