Comments about ‘House votes to offer advanced-degree visas’

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Published: Friday, Nov. 30 2012 10:59 p.m. MST

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misabel
bountiful, UT

Yes!!!!

misabel
bountiful, UT

Yes!!!!

JWB
Kaysville, UT

The United States of America has a lot of higher education attendees from many, many countries for a variety of reasons. Many of those students and graduates go back to their own country or another country due to their attained degree and field of specialization. We also have many citizens from the United States of America that go to other countries to study and to live, for a variety of reasons. We need this kind of crossflow of people basically showing others that we care about education and that it impacts on our ability to continue in this world of commercial and economic, plus personal reasons.

There is too much partisianship about anything going through Congress that it is all about gamesmanship and not about diplomacy and caring about our future. Short sightedness is a problem today and the lack of integrity at all levels. Hopefully, those coming here will learn that integrity and gaining an education will benefit all of society and not a few.

RichardB
Murray, UT

Leading experts on the STEM workforce, have said for years that the US produces ample numbers of excellent science students. In fact, according to the National Science Board’s authoritative publication Science and Engineering Indicators 2008, the country turns out three times as many STEM degrees as the economy can absorb into jobs related to their majors.

What we are seeing is a move to lower the pay for the lucky ones who are working, by bringing in foreign labor.

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