Changes to H-1B visa policy could have a chilling effect on the tech industry

This article was published by LATimes on April 4, 2017 and features commentary from Reaz Jafri. 

Reporting from San Francisco — The first week of April is always a frantic time for technology companies. It marks the start of the hyper-competitive period when firms seeking to hire foreign workers can apply for the limited number of H-1B visas, which are awarded to high-skilled applicants in fields such as software development, architecture and academia.

But this last week was more frantic than usual after federal agencies signaled they would place increased scrutiny on the visa program and the companies that utilize it.

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