Tech firms decry proposed H1-B visa limits
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Technology firms are happy that a U.S. House committee last month approved a separate bill that adds new high-tech visas without the restrictions imposed in the Senate.
"If this controversy is solved at the bill level, it will be quick and easy to handle," said Sudin Apte, chief executive of Offshore Insights, a global technology firm based in Pune, India. "If it becomes a geopolitical negotiation, it would be open to a lot of other challenges."
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