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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...7yrs

Increase, our economy relies on businesses hiring the highest skilled workers at the lowest cost

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Decrease, and the government should provide more incentives to prepare our citizens for these jobs

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Decrease, companies are currently taking advantage of this program to decrease wages

@587QZFYfrom Florida  answered…2yrs

Greed in America has college grads expecting wages that long time workers have...THERE is a thing about learning and starting at the bottom...and if companies can find foreign workers who appreciate what they are paid...that's ok...

@3PLD6WQfrom Illinois  answered…2yrs

Increase the amount. There are so many jobs that high-skilled immigrant workers do that U S citizens would never do even if it meant unemployment for them. Businesses should not take advantage of these high-skilled immigrant workers by paying them cheap wages. I believe they should earn a fair wage.

@3PMDT3Jfrom Tennessee  answered…2yrs

the US is one of the hardest countries to get a skilled work visa, we want to be able to go overseas and work in other countries but we don't want to reciprocate. In the interest of cooperation, we should make it easier to get these visas, so that we can receive them ourselves if so desired.

@5H6V8BLfrom Washington  answered…2yrs

The high-skilled standard is ableist and excludes immigrants who do not meet ridiculous standards. You can't place the value of a person on their ability.

@9647WKGfrom Virgin Islands  answered…15hrs

Increase, however, it is important to ensure that these immigrants do not come into the country illegally and do not have a criminal record.

@9643MLY from Michigan answered…23hrs

@9642PXF from Utah answered…1 day

As long as they are legal immigrants that have been well screened, I don’t care.

@95YQVLF from New York answered…5 days

Decrease, and ban paying immigrants less than native-born workers.

@95YM55M from California answered…5 days

If someone has the skill and is willing to work they should get the job. Additionally, regardless of citizenship status everyone should be paid the same base wage. Underpaiding those without citizenship only helps the wealthy and divides with working class.

@95XVG7D from Texas answered…5 days

I think an increase is fine as we may be able to learn from them as they are learning from us.

@95XLF44 from Texas answered…6 days

Decrease by preventing the US government from interfering in foreign countries at all.

@95XDNRT from Nebraska answered…6 days

@95WY3J5 from North Dakota answered…6 days

Increase but only if they are being paid accordingly to their work and not on the fact that they are an immigrant.

@95WSDDX from Illinois answered…6 days

We need to focus on training our own workforce to be more highly skilled laborers, then approach this topic.

@95WPK8QSocialist from Minnesota answered…6 days

Increase, but companies are currently taking advantage of this program to decrease wages

@95VJ3SZfrom Vermont  answered…1wk

Visas should be given to anyone in need of a better live, priority should be given to those most in need of fulfillment, jobs should not be one's primary means of support with the beginnings of automation.

@95THN4Rfrom New Jersey  answered…1wk

Increase, and the government should provide more incentives for current citizens for these jobs

@95T982XProgressive from Wisconsin answered…1wk

We should encourage and provide our own citizens with incentives for these jobs, but also grant work-visas when needed, although highly regulate so companies do not take advantage of this system.

@95T333S from California answered…1wk

If they are here to improve the economy they should be granted citizenship.

@95SLGBK from Missouri answered…1wk

I'm satisfied with the current amount, but companies should be required to reimburse them at the same rate they'd give a citizen.

@95SJ2MKfrom Maine  answered…1wk

Increase or decrease it to meet a reasonable demand and not more.

@95RM6J6 from Washington answered…1wk

Decrease, and the government should provide more incentives to prepare our citizens for these jobs. Furthermore, companies are exploiting this system to decrease wages overall

@95RHKL7 from Massachusetts answered…1wk

Increase, but also increase incentives for employees to hire locally and/or U.S. Citizens to prevent wage decreases locally.

@95QKMNK from Iowa answered…1wk

decrease, only companies that need the highest skilled workers at the lowest cost

@95Q35C8 from Nevada answered…1wk

Increase and increase the wages for the high skilled immigrant workers.

@95PXTW5 from New Hampshire answered…2wks

Abolish the visa program and allow anyone to live wherever they choose.

@95P4NRVProgressive from Virginia answered…2wks

Increase, but prevent companies from taking advantage of this program to decrease wages

@95PRC7S from California answered…2wks

@95MZ2S5 from Minnesota answered…2wks

Increase, and the government should offer incentives to permanently become a resident.

@95LZ5XL from Pennsylvania answered…2wks

@95L5NQFIndependent from Pennsylvania answered…2wks

I believe if they are highly skilled they deserve to have the same as other highly skilled workers we should all be treated equally it depends if they are working hard yes they should have a higher pay

@95JQXKB from Washington answered…2wks

I think that we should increase the amount of work visas given, but companies need to be held accountable for pay and treatment. Work laws and regulations should apply not matter who is working or what the job is.

@95GRCJX from New Jersey answered…3wks

Increase, but make sure there are plenty of jobs for American citizens as well.

@95FCHYH from Ohio answered…3wks

Increase, and hold businesses to a higher standard to insure wages are not decreased.

@95CH6QQRepublican from Oklahoma answered…3wks

Decrease and Increase for the economy to work for both your citizens and immigrants


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