Tech firms decry proposed H1-B visa limits

WASHINGTON • U.S. and Indian information technology companies are protesting provisions in a Senate immigration bill that would impose new restrictions on firms that rely heavily on highly skilled foreign workers, prompting fears that the issue could harm trade relations between the two countries. Industry officials said the regulations, if made law, would limit the ability of American outsourcing companies to hire technology workers from abroad and place them with clients for temporary assignme...

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