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Immigration bill offers a long and difficult path to citizenship

A federal legislative process that protects many different interests, and a legislative body controlled by conservative forces is not going to make things easy for immigration reform. Even if and when the federal legislation is passed, it's going to be a long haul here in California and elsewhere for an immigrant to achieve citizenship. Arriving at acquired citizenship status for the 11 million undocumented immigrants will be long, expensive and filled with difficulties.

Compromise on H-1B visas results in immigration bill approval

If you don't like negotiations and compromises, you would disapprove of the merry-go-round procedures that the Congress follows in considering proposed legislation. One bill now being negotiated is the Senate version of the immigration reform bill pushed by the so-called 'Gang of Eight.' The Senate Judiciary Committee just approved its version of the bill, which contains a compromise regarding H-1B visas for highly-skilled foreign workers which is of great interest to some California companies.

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