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    Job Market for International Students

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    Is the JM in anyway discriminatory against international students from India/China because of the green card issues? Also, how tough is it to get an EB1 visa for a new professor?

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    The academic job market doesn't have a problem with green cards. (Although right at the moment all sorts of immigration issues have become problematic.) Some government jobs require citizenship. Some smaller private firms aren't set up to handle immigration issues.

    There is some discrimination against Asian students because of perceived language ability issues.

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    What about the EB1? As an Indian, the person I'm asking for will not be able to get an EB2 because of the quota.

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    Historically, EB1 at universities has been no problem. At the moment, things may be a little weird though.

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    Expected trends in next 5-10 years? Is this anti legal/skilled immigration policy temporary?

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    Can you tell me how the next election is going to turn out?

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    Even if DJT wins, have his policies been actually anti skilled immigration pre-COVID? Considering what I'd expect to be strong lobbies and bipartisan support for skilled labour (mostly for tech etc.), is skilled labour actually going to be a long term issue? I'm not sure, hence I ask.

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    Re: Job Market for International Students

    Quote Originally Posted by bumbisoft View Post
    Even if DJT wins, have his policies been actually anti skilled immigration pre-COVID? Considering what I'd expect to be strong lobbies and bipartisan support for skilled labour (mostly for tech etc.), is skilled labour actually going to be a long term issue? I'm not sure, hence I ask.
    hahaha I think that was a rhetoric question

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