Although our country is solving the illegal immigration problem by policy, not law, that does not mean that money is not available to our government, again by policy. If you are skilled you must pay to come but all unskilled need not apply, just jump fence.
NEW DELHI—Legislation that passed the U.S. Senate late Thursday would significantly increase fees for skilled-worker visas, a move that would deal a financial blow to Indian technology-outsourcing companies that send thousands of employees to the U.S. each year.
The measure, which was attached to a $600 million border-security spending bill that senators passed just before leaving for their August recess, would require all companies with U.S. staff that have more than half their U.S.-based employees on H1-B or L-1 visas to pay thousands of dollars in special new fees for each worker.
I would rather have those jobs back in our country which will not be happening soon. So now we will make it more difficult, and expensive, for even other countries to do business in the U.S. I just want to know who gets the money, upstart businesses or is it used to fund the over burdened budgets of city and towns which is not job creation.