Given the current political climate, the future of the H-1B visa program is cloudy, at best.

All indications point to tighter eligibility for potential employees, increased application costs and delays in processing.This forecast leads some to scream, “The sky is falling!” They predict apocalyptic conditions where enterprises scale back innovation and progress due to increased constraints for software engineers. Others have suggested a swing back to wholesale offshoring of development projects.All politics aside, the H-1B program was never the answer.
It never would have fixed the problem it was created to solve: providing enough software engineers to satisfy the demand for these talents in an environment where every company must build software and technology as part of its core business.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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