Clinton, Trump Tackle Skilled Foreign Worker Issues

Law360, New York (September 15, 2016, 10:43 PM EDT) -- Presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump recently weighed in on issues involving skilled foreign workers in responses released by a science advocacy group, with Clinton pushing for green cards for certain international graduates and Trump offering thoughts on the H-1B program.

In responses published Tuesday by Sciencedebate.org, Clinton and Trump discussed issues affecting skilled workers from abroad, with Clinton avoiding discussing the H-1B visa program and Trump addressing it directly.

Instead, the Democratic nominee highlighted green cards, saying that as part of a comprehensive immigration reform measure, the U.S. should “‘staple’ a green card to STEM masters and PhDs from...

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