One of the key factors driving growth and innovation in the U.S. semiconductor industry and across the broader tech sector is the availability of highly educated professionals – from both the U.S. and abroad – to create jobs and develop new technologies.
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For too long, America’s outdated and ineffective immigration system has been a barrier to innovation, forcing highly educated immigrants to leave the U.S. because they are unable to obtain visas. This system undermines America’s economic strength and global competitiveness by preventing U.S. companies from recruiting and retaining the world’s best innovators. SIA is working to ensure that policymakers in Washington act swiftly to fix this broken system.