US Immigration Reforms: Indians Want Obama to Cut Long Wait for Green Cards

The Economic Times
November 18, 2012

Every US presidential election throws up its share of surprises, and this time it was the Latino voters. The fact that over 70% of them voted for Barack Obama has turned the spotlight on immigration reforms, which have been largely on hold in the run-up to the elections.

No surprise that President Obama highlighted immigration reform policy in his first press meet after re-election on Wednesday. The roadmap for immigration reforms is likely to address the issue of illegal immigrants but at the same time attract and retain highly skilled manpower from overseas.

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