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Grads preferred to grandmas in proposed immigration bill
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Immigration authorities would give preference to better-educated and trained visa-seekers who can contribute to the American economy under a less-noticed provision of the immigration bill in the Congress. The bi-partisan bill in …
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Immigration reform faces gauntlet in Senate, uncertain outlook in House
US Senate's immigration has to be good, not perfect