¡Ay, Caramba! It Took Only a Few Days for Trump to Reverse His Stance

Well, forget what I said on Trump and H-1B. He now says, When foreigners attend our great colleges & want to stay in the U.S., they should not be thrown out of our country…I want talented people to come into this country—to work hard and to become citizens. Silicon Valley needs engineers, etc. In other … Continue reading ¡Ay, Caramba! It Took Only a Few Days for Trump to Reverse His Stance

Trump’s NON-Reversal in Last Night’s Debate (and Rubio’s)

Lots of comment in blogs and e-mail today about Trump’s seemingly reversing himself on the H-1B issue in last night’s Republican presidential primary debate. But he didn’t really reverse himself, because he had already done so back in August. After posting the best platform on H-1B I’d ever seen by a major presidential candidate, Trump … Continue reading Trump’s NON-Reversal in Last Night’s Debate (and Rubio’s)

In the “Too Good to Be True” Department

In a July 3 post, “California Legislature Discovers H-1B,” I wrote, There is no state that is politically more pro-immigration than my state of California, especially as we grow more and more Latino demographically. And yet our Assembly has now passed a resolution calling for an investigation of the H-1B work visa. Indeed, even the list of … Continue reading In the “Too Good to Be True” Department

Sanders and Trump on Immigration

Presidential candidate Donald Trump stunned the H-1B visa watcher community today with his platform on immigration. which includes surprisingly detailed, helpful provisions regarding H-1B. Very interesting, coming on the heels of his outrageous comments on Mexican immigrants, which among other things inspired the creation of a Trump piñata. Meanwhile, a Bernie Sanders piñata may well … Continue reading Sanders and Trump on Immigration