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@Yes_AntoonIndependent from Pennsylvania answered…2mos

Increase, but reform K-12 curriculum + expand access to higher education (trade/vocational schools, community/4 year public colleges) to prepare Americans for these jobs

@B45C97HPeace and Freedom from Pennsylvania answered…1mo

Increase, our economies rely on businesses hiring high skill for low cost, but fix companies taking advantage of this to decrease wages, and the government should provide more incentive to prepare workers for these jobs.

@698S2GZRepublicanfrom 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...

@4QMF7XRDemocratfrom 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.

@4QNFV4KGreenfrom 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.

@B4LHDVNSocialist from Texas answered…23hrs

We should be embracing people who want to experience more cultures around the world and who desire to be a productive member of society for the time they want to be here.

@B2VFXQQTranshumanist from Illinois answered…3mos

Decrease, companies are taking advantage of this program to decrease wages for immigrants and natives AND more incentives should be provided to citizens to prepare for these jobs

@B4HG9RFDemocrat from California answered…1wk

Decrease, but increase the availability of more permanent paths to citizenship to encourage workers to come and stay rather than simply work temporarily.

@B4D68NDPeace and Freedom from North Carolina answered…3wks

@B4CS3S7Independent from Oklahoma answered…3wks

Increase, immigrants deserve opportunities for advancement.

@B3W3S6PSocialist from Washington answered…2mos

Abolish national borders and the need for citizenship to live somewhere.

@B3KZ5X3Constitution from Illinois answered…2mos

Decrease. Companies take advantage of the program to decrease benefits, wages and they treat their employees like garbage. They pass over much more qualified legal citizens.

@B3H5R4FWomen’s Equality from Oregon answered…2mos

Yes if they are needed and they actually do eventually get there visas

@ballard.122802Peace and Freedom from North Carolina answered…2mos

increase, this gives the opportunity for businesses to hire highly skilled individuals and gives these immigrants places to immediately start work and begin the steps to gaining citizenship

@B2YCNS4Peace and Freedom from Pennsylvania answered…3mos

@Ben-FindlingConstitution from New York answered…3mos

Increase and provide more incentives to prepare our citizens for these jobs

@B339FMNWorking Family from Pennsylvania answered…3mos

Give skilled laborers a clear pathway to citizenship. Allow them to pay taxes and become a citizen in 3 years.

@B29M9HMLibertarian from Texas answered…4mos

This should not be decided by the US government, but at the discretion of businesses

@9Z9L4QNDemocrat from California answered…6mos

@9Z9599PPeace and Freedom from New York answered…6mos

If higher education in this country was more affordable we wouldn't have to import skilled workers

@9Z5XCQBDemocrat from Illinois answered…6mos

@9Z5V2NPLibertarian from Texas answered…6mos

@B2M6T5BGreen from Tennessee answered…4mos

@9W3BCSQConstitution from Minnesota answered…10mos

Why is it the government’s business? It is not so they should butt out!

@9VZJHR7Socialist from Texas answered…10mos

Increase, but also invest more money into training our own citizens for these jobs to work alongside immigrant workers.

@9LW3RGXDemocrat from Massachusetts answered…2yrs

Increase, but recognize that immigrants are often used as low-wage workers and require that they also be paid a fair wage.

@9LVTG9FRepublican from Pennsylvania answered…2yrs

@9LN8L4BVeteran from Texas answered…2yrs

Shorter path to permanent residence. Provide more incentive to hire citizens.

@9LKJG6WLibertarianfrom PR  answered…2yrs

There should be no limits. It's a company's decision who to contract.

@9LKBF8TConstitution from California answered…2yrs

Increase and reduce the amount of companies taking advantage of it

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Increase, but punish companies if they try to decrease their wages.

@9KGFYJ4Veteranfrom Maine  answered…2yrs

Increase, and also make it easier for America-loving, skilled immigrants to stay permanently

@9KDY6LRDemocrat from Indiana answered…2yrs

Humans cannot be illegal. This is stolen land. Treat everyone the same

@9JS955PGreen from Maryland answered…2yrs

@9J9ZMSTWomen’s Equality from Indiana answered…2yrs

Positions should be filled according to qualifications only. If an immmigrant is more qualified than the other applicants, then you provide them the work visa. Don't increase or decrease for the sake of it, do it because a candidate is qualified.

@9HX7SKNTranshumanist from North Carolina answered…2yrs

The number of temporary work visas should be equal to need of beneficial skilled immigrant workers.

@annie.boo1995Peace and Freedom from California answered…2yrs

I don't have enough education to form an opinion, but I'm leaning towards the government providing incentives for our citizens to take on these jobs.

@9HP2VBGDemocrat from Massachusetts answered…2yrs

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